Houston Chronicle – In the fast-paced, swag-filled world of hip-hop, slowing down the mind can seem as improbable as Tupac’s return from the grave.
For many, the hip-hop lifestyle is all about cranking out raps, and indulging in the material riches that come with the success they reap.
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