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JustMe feat. Marcus Wilkerson, Sheisty Khrist, “Knob Creek”

This Lexington, Kentucky trio, one white, two black, speak on the legacy of slavery and deep south racism; meanwhile on common ground is their choice of drink. Off of JustMe’s album Full Disclosure.

posted: February 11th, 2013, 12:03am



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