Blu Cautions Fakin’ The Funk In A Graffiti-Inspired Visual (Video)

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On a true tear in 2014, Blu continues to spread his seeds of thought around bountifully. The Los Angelino appears on Astronote’s “Rhymes On Paper.” The producer invites the guest to kick knowledge about promoting lies through lyrics, and how such results don’t deserve mic-device transmission. Johnson Barnes essays the thoughts exceptionally, and the grit-heavy video features Blu’s convictions, along with some Style Wars-inspired visuals, making a parallel in graffiti; some of those burners ought to stay in the black book before hitting the surface…

This appears on the Astrobacked LP.

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