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THE NEW ALBUM FROM DC'S LYRICAL SHOGUN COOLEY
Having become desensitized to death by way of life simply growing up black in America, Cooley romanticizes the inevitability of his own death. From how it happens to how the funeral will go, Cooley embraces the idea of dying before 25. His perspective is that if death comes at any given Sunday, then you should live a life to be remembered by, for hood legends never die.