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Saturday, September 16th, 2017
6:00 PM

Brandon Caldwell

By all accounts, Trae Tha Truth has fought off every obstacle thrown at him. He speaks like a giant, weary yet effective and effusive. He moves as the head of a pack and even though it's dwindling by the most unfortunate of circumstances, his head is still high. Few people can attest to having suffered in Job-like variances more than Frazier Thompson III. Few can feel even more free thanks to those trials than can Frazier Thompson III.

What makes Trae a great rapper is not the warp-speed rap tone or vocal connotations that belong to him and him alone. It is the humanized aspect of blending potentially gravity-pulling information and synthesizing it into a hardscrabble version of the blues.