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Remember Jeremy Lin, of February’s “Linsanity” fame? Stuyvesant High School‘s Class of 2012 asked him to speak at commencement, and though he couldn’t make it in person, the injured point guard obliged the graduates with a video response in which he… raps. [hypervocal]
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