Multipage Album Single

Last Flight

That song provides an easy bridge to The Iceberg, a focused beam of hip-hop soul that rattles loudly in our present political moment. On “NNGE,” Oddisee reckons with the election of the new President from the perspective of someone familiar with government-sanctioned antagonism. “What is there to fear?/I'm from black America, this is just another year.” “Like Really” also calls attention to pervasive, systemic inequality. “Why a brother get three for a sack while your brother go free for raping?” Oddisee wonders. “How you made a film about Egypt with all lead roles caucasian?” Sexism gets a similar treatment in “Hold It Back,” the idea of which “annoys [him] more than cargo shorts.”

MAY 5 2017

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Tiesto’s fame started to climb in the late 1990s when he played at the first ID&T Innercity party, and in the early 2000s for his six-hour solo sets which he performed without any other opening acts. He was also the first DJ to hold a solo concert in a stadium.

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