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The Game – Grew Up On Wu-Tang

“let the chronic circulate to Purple Tape” As you know, Wu-Tang was for the children, and I don’t think I’m exaggerating when I say their music helped raise a whole generation of Rap fans. Game reminisces back to the Timbs and Army fatigue era on “Grew Up on Wu-Tang”, off the new album 1992. Listen […]
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