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Chris Webby is a rapper who values his reach. On Wednesday’s opener, “Raw Thoughts,” he takes five minutes to call out “mumble rappers,” complacent hip-hop fans, and just about every major U.S. politician of the past two years. The album is a culmination of the Connecticut native’s “Webby Wednesday” campaign, wherein he’d release a new piece of content each week throughout 2017. Wednesday is punchline-heavy, filled with bars like “Fans be lining up outside my concert/Like the ticket to my show was a court subpoena” on “Friend Like Me,” but it’s never one-dimensional: “Call on Me” is a dancehall-inspired cut and a break from the relentless bars, while the soft synths of “Twist Again (La La La)” will elicit a grin from even the most experienced of smokers. Check out the project here, let us know what you think and don’t forget to follow Chris Webby on social below. Enjoy.
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