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Insurgent Hip-Hop: Kreayshawn, Lil B, and Bay Area Rappers Throw Out the Rules 

Wednesday, Aug 3 2011
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That's exactly why Mistah F.A.B. likes them. He knows there's more to a career than the quick upward rise. He may not be a regular on MTV, but he plays all over the country, recently released a radio-friendly single with Auto-Tune king T-Pain, and records new music constantly. He's a potent force on Twitter himself. And he's still got plenty of that quality that seems so essential to a long-lasting rap career. He calls it individualism. Lil B and Kreayshawn would call it swag.

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