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Moe Green, “Change My Life”

Vallejo’s Moe Green uplifting self-help over a K.Roosevelt sample might be cloud rap at its most positive and encouraging, but it also harkens back further to some of 2Pac’s soulful mid-90’s tracks.

posted: April 17th, 2014, 1:10am



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