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Nas Addresses Police Violence… On a Robin Thicke Track, Curiously

Robin Thicke — remember him? — has a new single out today. This would be entirely unremarkable news, except for the fact that the song features an a capella intro from Nas, of all people. Quite what Nas is doing on this track is anyone’s guess, but his verse is great — it references the all-too-familiar circumstances […]
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