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7 March, 2014@2:51 am
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The Bay Area’s 100s is bringing West Coast rap back to the future. His new release, IVRY, is a glimpse into a melodic new chapter for the Berkeley artist, taking classic mack vibes to chic new heights. From the smoothed out “Ten Freaky Hoes” and the Rick James-worthy “Different Type Of Love” to the ice cold flows of “Inglish Outro” and “Thru My Veins,” 100s spits X-rated bedtime stories worthy of classic Too $hort, but with a modern attitude, approach, and peerless sense of style all his own. IVRY is a seductive experience, an “abstract world and storyline” as 100s himself puts it, a reintroduction to an artist listeners first met as a teenager on the acclaimed Ice Cold Perm, who has grown into a genre navigating master of ceremonies beyond his time.


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