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I remember being at an industry party a couple years ago when Marlo introduced me to Roddy Ricch, who hadn’t yet blown up. it was a lame scene full of suits + dweebs, & even though they were from opposites sides of the country, Roddy was sticking to Marlo’s side. he had presence.
rap doesn’t function w/o the young local kings & role players like Marlo, who grew up in Bowen Homes & was a student of Shawty Lo, the kind of Atlanta legend he wanted to be — maybe not a natural talent like Baby but a grinder who’d seen a lot, loved his city & commanded respect
RIP Lil Marlo, who everybody described w the same two words: “Real Atlanta” he was a huge reason Baby started rapping and stayed w it (& vice versa), but told his partner, “No matter what I’m doing, you keep going.” this was the 1st song he ever made https://t.co/2VI2d6B6Oh
I went to Brunswick, GA to write long about Ahmaud Arbery. I talked to his aunts, wrote about the very American deaths that come from racism and a pandemic, Baldwin, Freedom Summer, my dad and a Black boy walking into an empty house with dreams. https://t.co/RTDRwHEklC
THE NEW YORK TIMES PRESENTS… we made a lil documentary about what it’s like to be plucked from obscurity (and, in this case, a Florida jail) and be given millions of dollars while trying to become a post-genre pop star!! COMING SOON (Aug. 7) to FX/Hulu https://t.co/TdifhK5CVM
The music industry is wrestling with racial inequality. One synth company, Teenage Engineering, has a novel idea to get profits to Black artists. https://t.co/7EgoUnMk1o
after lots of talk about what the music industry can do for racial equality, here’s what’s actually on the table... (some remain skeptical: “If history is any indicator, this blows over,” says Troy Carter) https://t.co/G9kuVAMRJD
@FivioForeign gonna go out on a limb and say that “Big Drip” is the only song that was featured in both Black Lives Matter protests and Pete Davidson’s “The King of Staten Island” https://t.co/Ov9jDyfWiU here’s the latest DIARY OF A SONG + all past episodes on YouTube https://t.co/CEzoV22jq1