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Fly Zone

Greedhead/Camp & Street
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February 25, 2013

Le1f strutted to the front ranks of New York's emerging queer-rap scene thanks to his wit, liquid flow and delectably imperious 'tude. There's plenty of smutty, funny sex on this mixtape, but mostly it's a showcase for hazy beats and Le1f 's goofy repertoire of air-travel-themed rhymes: "Turbulence, we hit the clouds/Time to recline you down/Cumulus or stratonimbus/What the fuck? Just get up in this."

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