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Chimera

by Homeboy Sandman

Chimera by Homeboy Sandman

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Chimera

by Homeboy Sandman

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Label: Stones Throw Records
"I don't beef, I just bounce," says Homeboy Sandman on "Cops Get Scared of Me" as he lays out a portrait of an MC who defies convention; he's a rapper who speaks honestly but avoids violent conflict, claiming "I don't use my verses to sell sh*t" on "I Do Whatever I Want," and offering comfort to the unemployed and broken-hearted on "Hold Your Head." Chimera's appeal lies in getting to know someone who's lyrically savvy enough to explain why he's left-of-center, as well as the dreamlike production from Paul White and others that makes this sound like a trip into an iconoclastic mind.

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"I don't beef, I just bounce," says Homeboy Sandman on "Cops Get Scared of Me" as he lays out a portrait of an MC who defies convention; he's a rapper who speaks honestly but avoids violent conflict, claiming "I don't use my verses to sell sh*t" on "I Do Whatever I Want," and offering comfort to the unemployed and broken-hearted on "Hold Your Head." Chimera's appeal lies in getting to know someone who's lyrically savvy enough to explain why he's left-of-center, as well as the dreamlike production from Paul White and others that makes this sound like a trip into an iconoclastic mind.

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About This Album

"I don't beef, I just bounce," says Homeboy Sandman on "Cops Get Scared of Me" as he lays out a portrait of an MC who defies convention; he's a rapper who speaks honestly but avoids violent conflict, claiming "I don't use my verses to sell sh*t" on "I Do Whatever I Want," and offering comfort to the unemployed and broken-hearted on "Hold Your Head." Chimera's appeal lies in getting to know someone who's lyrically savvy enough to explain why he's left-of-center, as well as the dreamlike production from Paul White and others that makes this sound like a trip into an iconoclastic mind.