Jon Connor Does Some Flint, Michigan Surgery On A Grip Of Kanye West Songs (Mixtape)

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Even though he’s in Dr. Dre’s corner at Aftermath Entertainment, Jon Connor’s playbook has not changed. The Flint, Michigan MC who paid tribute to MC Breed, got a cosign from Nas, and made the Hip-Hop/R&B charts with 2013’s self-released Unconscious State is back to concept mixtapes. Two years removed from While You Were Sleeping, Connor makes—what he calls—The Late Registration of a College Dropout who had a Dark Twisted Fantasy of 808s And Heartbreak (yep, that’s the title, so he’s also calling it just #BestInTheWorld). Evident from the former of two titles, J.C. is in a Kanye West state of mind. Through a DJ Drama-hosted tape, Connor tackles some G.O.O.D. music, and makes it his own for the fans:


#ConnorSeason may have reached the playoffs in just one day…

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