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May 2017

Cardboard Castles - Album review by Jonathan, Teen Blogger

Posted on 23-May-17 09:59
“There’s seven billion, fourty-seven million people on the planet and I have the audacity to think I matter.” Have you ever heard a lyric that just hits you like a ton of bricks and changes your entire worldview for a second? George Watsky seems to be an expert in crafting those kinds of lines. The spoken word poet made his rap debut with Watsky, but his second album Cardboard Castles was where he really started to pick up speed. The album combines all the best elements of spoken word and rap in a way that makes it accessible to those who have no experience with either genre.
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