The Philadelphia native has created his own niche of music genres, he raps about 100% realities instead of the bling bling bottle popping and big booty hoes that generally permeate modern day rap. For anyone who thinks Lil Dicky doesn't belong on the cover of XXL with the group that comprised the freshman 16 I say you're right, he doesn't. He belongs on the cover by himself because he is sensational.
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A review of the book: "The Online Diaries of Folklore" and a brief interview with the 25 year old author, Great Scott.