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Video: Yung Gleesh, "Skrong"

Despite the online saturation attained by Lil B, street rap's response to the Based phenomenon has been fairly agnostic, with a few exceptions. Perhaps the most notable is DC's Yung Gleesh, a member of the GoGo group T.O.B., an associate of Fat Trel's, and the auteur behind an impressive recent mixtape titled Cleanside's Finest. "Skrong" has an obvious debt to the Based God, but it's distinctive enough that it showcases a method for that style to evolve in a different direction.

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Video: Yung Gleesh, "Skrong"