I've been put off of rap in general for the past decade, but have always retained my love of the lyrical side of it. Harry Mack has a skill that I
think is superior to every rapper before him: the freestyle.
There is some genius occurring while he raps off the top of the head. He sees something, formulates some bars about it, all while rapping about what
he had formulated earlier. It's a cascade of high-level poetry I've never seen before.
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