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    Christopher Alley

    Christopher Alley is a college-accredited underachiever from Brooklyn, NY. Chris spends most of his time struggling to complete a coffee table book on the history of battle rap and working on music. When he remembers to, he also writes music criticism under the pen name “Christopher Alley”.

    Versace, Versace, Versace

    MIGOS is next up in our series about rappers who were babies in the 90s. They’re a walking Chappelle’s Show sketch, and their trend-setting is going to keep them around for a minute.

    Six Chicago Rappers to Watch

    Christopher Alley continues to feature rappers who were young in the 90s. This week, he closes in on Chicago: Lil Herb, Lil Bibby, Chance The Rapper, Vic Mensa, and Lil’ Durk.

    Gangsta Rap Distilled to Its Most Marketable Core

    Chief Keef is the face of Chiraq’s drill scene. His charisma managed to seduce millions of people into watching videos of a kid in house arrest at his Grandma’s, partying half-naked with other shirtless teenage boys.

    Straight-up Old School Rappity Rap

    Next up in our series about some of the most notable 90s rap babies of the moment is Joey Bada$$.

    90s Babies Rap: Vince Staples

    New technology's got us lousy with promising MCs barely over (often under) the drinking age. For those not keyed into rap's latest come-ups, we present a series introducing the most notable 90s babies of the moment, starting with Vince Staples.

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