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Das Racist

"Michael Jackson"

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August 22, 2011

"I'm fucking great at rapping!" roars Himanshu Suri on the hip-hop provocateurs' new one. It's true – he and partner Victor Vazquez have only gotten cleverer since last year's name-making mixtapes. They go extra hard here, referencing Ritchie Valens and Oompa-Loompas over a tweaked-out beat.

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