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BUY this album

You can Pirate Bay that new Taylor Swift or anything else, but this actually deserves your money. The last album may have been Never Better, but this might as well be called Best Yet.... Stef continues to evolve and impress on every track. Also, the man needs a new kidney, so there's another reason to drop the cash on this. GET IT!

Golden Age of Minneapolis Hip Hop

Rhymesayers and Doomtree prove once again that they are putting out some of the most cutting edge and thought-provoking hip hop. There have been a series of great releases from both entities, and this record is no exception. This album includes all sorts of great genre-mixing and lyrical wizardry. Obviously I lack the adjectives and verbal prowess to say how good it really is, but this record is awesome and you must buy it. The artist recently postponed his tour due to health issues, but this record is good enough to get anyone by until he recovers. Get Well Soon P.O.S!

It's POS

If you have ever listened to his music or watched him perform you know he puts everything he has in this. This album is no different.


Born: August 18, 1981 in Minneapolis, MN

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

A self-taught bassist, guitarist, keyboardist, and drummer, P.O.S. (which stands for a variety of things, including Product of Society, Piece of Sh*t, and Promise of Skill) spent most of his childhood influenced by the energy of punk, drumming for Cadillac Blindside and singing and playing guitar for Building Better Bombs. At 14, however, he was introduced to hip-hop via Company Flow and Oddjobs, and began rapping for fun, performing at small venues around Minneapolis. In 2004, P.O.S. put out his...
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