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My 1st Chemistry Set

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BOLD
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Consideration
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Moochie
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Traction (feat. Action Bronson)
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You Know
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Surprise Party (feat. King Chip & Freeway)
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What's the Word
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Rappies (feat. Peechie Green & Mafia Double Dee)
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Cobo Hall
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Give Me a Reason (feat. Vince Staples)
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400 Thousand
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Reform School (feat. Earl Sweatshirt, Da$h & Domo Genesis)
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KY Jellybeans
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Total Tracks: 13   Total Length: 49:59

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Winston Cook-Wilson is a musician and writer living in Brooklyn. He plays in the band Ball of Flame Shoot Fire, and has contributed to Prefix and Pitchfork. He

10.17.13
No need to beg for attention; he just commands it
2013 | Label: Decon

Detroit street rapper Boldy James’s stories are set against a depressed, industrial backdrop similar to fellow Midwestern MC Freddie Gibbs. James’s adept, monotone delivery may also invite a comparison between the two, but his coke-crack-kush slinging tales are smaller-scale and less cocksure than Gibbs’s. Boldy may be “pushing whips that ain’t even out yet” but what does it matter when “he can’t trust a soul to help [him] count” the money he bought it with?… read more »

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Who Is…Boldy James

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As a teen, Boldy James rapped to relieve the stress he suffered as a drug dealer. Now 30, that past is decidedly in his rearview mirror; he and his family have moved from west Detroit — "the drug zone," he once said — to the city's outskirts. However, at the start of his debut album My 1st Chemistry Set, he introduces himself as a "Concreature" — a creature of concrete (i.e. the streets). Then, he… more »