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Violator had a similar “diversify and conquer” blueprint as Staten Island group Wu-Tang Clan, where different artists operated from various labels. The Violator roaster included Busta Rhymes, Fat Joe, Mobb Deep, Mariah Carey, Q-Tip, Missy Elliot (who along with friend Timbaland first worked with…

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J Hall is a Detroit bred Howard Bison multimedia culture critic. An abstract thinker who believes “You ain’t wrong when you’re right,” and that his mother’s cupcakes are legendary. Check out his slight worldwide view here: https://linktr.ee/jhall

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A 313 bred HU Bison multimedia culture critic. An abstract thinker who believes “You ain’t wrong when you’re right” and that his mom’s cupcakes are legendary.

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J Hall

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A 313 bred HU Bison multimedia culture critic. An abstract thinker who believes “You ain’t wrong when you’re right” and that his mom’s cupcakes are legendary.

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