Guest Mix: Big Piph | Rock Candy

Monday, November 17, 2014

Guest Mix: Big Piph

Posted By on Mon, Nov 17, 2014 at 9:47 AM

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I'm honestly not the best w/ playlists. I tend to to start building them, stop, claim I'm gonna round them out to perfection, and then never do. As a result, I stay playing the same 5 songs over and over when it's questionable if they are even the best fit.

So w/ that disclaimer to buffer your hate, here are a few rap songs that tend to prompt a brotha into action whenever they're heard. Hope you feel em.


Big Piph's latest release, "The Calm," is available on Bandcamp. His new web series, "I Am Not Them," premiered this month. 

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