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Video: Young L, "Young L-E-N"

Initially, The Pack's rapid rise to success and then equally rapid fall right back down into obscurity is nothing new. But it's what they've done with that newfound semi-obscurity that is interesting. Rather than just try to recapture the public's attention with another "Vans," they got weirder. You already know that Lil B has gone completely off the deep end and is now rapping over ambient, drumless pieces and putting out vinyl on experimental labels like Weird Forest, but Young L is keeping things a little more traditional—rapping normally about being weird over a beat that sounds like a Nine Inch Nails demo. (via CB Rap)

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Video: Young L, "Young L-E-N"