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We Gone Be Alright

by Pepperboy

Pepperboy — born Jerry Davie — spent the entirety of his teen-age years doing his share to raise Little Rock's "Bangin' in the Rock"-era crime rate. It wasn't until he went to prison — serving 30 months of a 10-year sentence in the Varner Unit for, he say
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Dirty South
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In 2010, Pepperboy drew on his experiences in prison to release "One Moe Night," a concept album filled with keen-eyed, literary observations from inside the pen.

In March 2011, the video for that album's first single, "Tha Parts," caught the attention of Andrew Noz, the omni-present music writer, NPR rap critic and workhorse blogger.

Soon after Noz's endorsement, "Tha Parts" got the attention of Lil B, a.k.a. the Based God, the endearingly warped rapper sui generis who redefines irreverent, post-modern prolificacy with each multi-hundred track mixtape he drops. The rap game's equivalent of Thomas Pynchon was quick to co-sign, rapping over the LP-produced beat from "Tha Parts" on "My Life," a stand-out track from Lil B's sardonically-titled "Bitch Mob: Respect Da Bitch, Vol. 1."



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