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Local 16-Year-Old Rapper Lowercase's Village South Album Is a Bag of Kendall Kush

Welcome to the era of the children of the Basshead. Just let your brain swim through the hurricane.

The future is yesterday. A 16-year-old skater kid from Miami makes balcony rap with production value worthy of A Tribe Called Quest.

Born in 1994, positive Kendall realist Lowercase just dropped his Village South album. And he has a show at Bar on February 16. The kid can flow. Thanks to Lofty305 for the heads up.

See the cut for a free download.

Download: Lowercase's Village South

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