North Carolina rapper and Cult Rap leader Deniro Farrar presents an unflinchingly real-life perspective delivered with a gruff rasp and old-soul wisdom influenced as much by 2Pac and Bob Marley as Sun Tzu and Angela Davis. His taut lyrical execution and honest accounts of true-life issues imbue his songs with gravity and self-aware substance akin to Vince Staples and Kendrick Lamar. With his Cult Rap philosophy that encourages balance of body and soul, Farrar promotes meditation, physical activity, and literary discussions via his Cult Rap book club, which examines works like The Alchemist, Are Prisons Obsolete?, and Things Fall Apart with his audience. ~ Neil Z. Yeung
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