After Ten Thousand Cuts, Locksmith Leaves ‘Em With Who He Is (Video)

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On his just-released new album Ten Thousand Cuts, Locksmith parts ways with some powerful statements on “Who I Am.” He raps about the risks he takes, the consequences he suffers, but much more so, the pain he is overcoming from his background by vocalizing for the voiceless, and putting the meaning of “realness” back into Rap. This is a really grabbing visual to boot.

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