From dealing drugs to doing them, Hip-Hop can’t seem to leave the vices alone. There’s something about intoxication that frees the mind and yet traps it, leading some of the most creative artists to create poignant songs. The Connecticut artist who now resides in Florida is one of those artists. The follow up to his Smoke & Mirrors project from over two years ago is part autobiography and part history lesson on America in the 1980′s and 90′s. With some of his vices in tow, he starts a series of stories that go into what it really means to be a crack baby and deal with the consequences that follow for the rest of one’s life. There are a lot of thought provoking lines packed with versatile flows in this one.
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Bryan Hahn is tripping off this music. He’s on Twitter (@notupstate).