Blueprint Drops The Visual For One Of 2014’s Most Awakening Rap Songs, Perspective (Video)

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If you’re not up on Blueprint, now’s as good of a time as any to familiarize yourself with the Columbus, Ohio veteran. The front-man for the Greenhouse crew, this MC/producer is also RJD2’s partner in Soul Position, and a veteran artist down with the Rhymesayers collective. After conceptual works like 1988 and Adventures In Counter-Culture, the genre-bending ‘Print recently self-released an LP, Respect The Architect on his established Weightless Records imprint. Within the early ’90s-style produced LP, “Printmatic” dropped “Perspective.” The Gospel-inspired song starts locally—in regards to 2013’s Boston Bombing, and looks globally at war abroad and ongoing pandemics. Like many of Blueprint’s personal raps over the years (see “Share This” and “Stole Our Yesterday”), this one strikes hard and deep, and reverberates musically and mentally…

Respect The Architect features Greenhouse band-mate Illogic, as well as veteran Count Bass-D.

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