Lil Dicky Hits The Backroom With One Of The Smoothest, Fastest, Most Confident Raps Out (Video)

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Out of thin air, Philadelphia’s Lil Dicky swings through the “106 & Park” Backroom booth where he simply shakes apart the walls with a fast, highly-confident freestyle that is both original and humorous. Like his “No, I will not fix your computer shirt,” L.D. (Larry David, as he explains) uses his rapid fire, conversational style to explain that while he doesn’t look like a typical rapper, or mention the same things commonly heard in Hip-Hop verses (see: “wearin’ Harry Potter’s cloak”), he is out to be around in 10 years.

Although comparisons to Rawkus-era Eminem and pre-“I Love College” Asher Roth might quickly and cheaply come to mind, a Head can hear Special Ed, Tash, or Wordsworth in this sort of presentation. Wow… take heed, then run it back, ’cause you know you need to:

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