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An underground veteran who’s been rocking it since the late ‘90s, Braille got his start with the Portland, Ore.-based crew Lightheaded before launching a successful indie solo career that includes extensive international touring (he even hit the road with James Brown) and a thorough discography on his own label, Humble Beast. Native Lungs is his seventh solo album and possibly his best yet, bolstered by outstanding production from S1, Evidence, DJ Official, Xperiment, DaveNotti, and others. Lyrically, he shares his soul on almost every track, with highly personal songs reflecting on numerous struggles (divorce, health issues) and joys (his daughter, his faith, his love for hip-hop), but he sounds hungrier and more intense than ever. Guests include heavy hitters like Rob Swift, DJ Revolution, and his old-school homie Ohmega Watts. It’s far from club rap but still funky, and positive without being corny. Check out "Too Many Tomorrows," "Death in Me," "The New Raw," and "48 Prisons."

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A great hip hop album

Hip-Hop at its finest


from the first time i heard this dude on a compilation called '10 horn daggers' i knew that he had mad skills with a killer flow and passion in his delivery.
this album shows how much he has grown musically.
some powerful gems here
get it today


Born: 1982 in Portland, OR

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s

A Christian rapper from Portland, OR, influenced by the positivity of A Tribe Called Quest in the midst of gangsta rap's heyday, Braille Brizzy started making music as a teen and had released Lifefirst: Half the Battle by the time he was 17. With a poor response, difficult times followed, and after a job cleaning out repossessed homes proved unsatisfactory, he decided to follow his heart and hit the road with his wife to tour the country in his van, living off the money made from selling merchandise...
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