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Thank Sweet Baby Jesus XV Doesn’t Rap Like Ma$e on “Be There, Be Square” (Listen)Posted by Nathan S. on 06/04/12 | Filed under XV
Case in point, XV. When you're from Wichita, Kansas there's just no point in trying to front like you're the new NYC street rapper, but that doesn't mean Vizzy didn't try. As he reveals on new cut "Be There, Be Square", even XV spent some time trying to be someone he's not: "I used to rap like Mase, back in '08 / with a bubble goose and pager strapped to my waist / actin like Harlem was a half a mile away."
On the real, the only reason we're talking about him now is because he put that foolishness aside and started focusing on originality. Dopeness. More music for the squares awaits on XV's "Popular Culture" mixtape, due out later this week (probably, maybe).
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