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2019 release from the country hip hop duo. You and I both know that America has been through a lot these past few years. Clay "Uncle Snap" Sharpe and Brian "Rooster" King know it better than most. But as The Lacs, they've had a unique view of where we've been, where we're going - and what parts of our identity haven't changed at all. Over 20 years ago, these proud sons of Baxley, Georgia, unleashed their first beats and ripped through their first rhymes. Since then they've headed down highways far from the hometown dirt roads, watching landscapes roll past on the way to their next shows. Over time their venues got bigger, their audiences more diverse.
2019 release from the country hip hop duo. You and I both know that America has been through a lot these past few years. Clay "Uncle Snap" Sharpe and Brian "Rooster" King know it better than most. But as The Lacs, they've had a unique view of where we've been, where we're going - and what parts of our identity haven't changed at all. Over 20 years ago, these proud sons of Baxley, Georgia, unleashed their first beats and ripped through their first rhymes. Since then they've headed down highways far from the hometown dirt roads, watching landscapes roll past on the way to their next shows. Over time their venues got bigger, their audiences more diverse.
304369708592

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Format: CD
Label: DROK
Rel. Date: 10/18/2019
UPC: 304369708592

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Artist: Lacs
Format: CD
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2019 release from the country hip hop duo. You and I both know that America has been through a lot these past few years. Clay "Uncle Snap" Sharpe and Brian "Rooster" King know it better than most. But as The Lacs, they've had a unique view of where we've been, where we're going - and what parts of our identity haven't changed at all. Over 20 years ago, these proud sons of Baxley, Georgia, unleashed their first beats and ripped through their first rhymes. Since then they've headed down highways far from the hometown dirt roads, watching landscapes roll past on the way to their next shows. Over time their venues got bigger, their audiences more diverse.
        
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