ScHoolboy Q Is A Backpacker Indeed. He Sells OXYMORON CDs Hand To Hand In Times Square (Videos)

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Frequently, the four members of Black Hippy are compared to the underground Hip-Hop stars of 15-plus years ago—well, maybe not Jay Rock so much. While the Watts lyricist is more aggressive in style and approach than is commonly associated with the Soundbombing era of Rap music, Ab-Soul, Kendrick Lamar, and ScHoolboy Q have a certain panache that likens them to a Buckshot Shorty, Pharoahe Monch, or even a Tash. These are Everyman MCs who have interesting stories to add to relatable themes in the music.

If that wasn’t enough, Groovy Q takes the Percee P/Timbo King approach, and hustles CDs hand-to-hand, through Times Square in Manhattan. How many presumed millionaire musicians do you know who can go that out-the-box route?

Eazy-E would be proud…

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