Mr. Lif Gives Hip-Hop An Intellectual Lift

tells the Chicago Sun-Times that he won’t stop talking about world events. “One of the main reasons I got into music was to provide socio-political commentary. But I’m going to continue to flip other styles, hopefully with equal potency,” he said. “I want to come at cats with different textures. That’s why after making a song like ‘Home of the Brave’ on ‘Emergency Rations,’ my focus on ‘I Phantom’ was storytelling. But I looked at more mundane issues like working a job every day and going to school. Those issues are hugely important, too.”

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