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DJ Quik – “Black Friday”

For decades, the Compton legend DJ Quik has been among our greatest sources of musically advanced, lyrically knuckleheaded West Coast rap music. Earlier this year, he teamed up with Problem for the very good collaborative EP Rosecrans. But on his latest track, Quik is in a more contemplative state of mind, troubled, as so many […]
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