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832

The brother duo of Nawlege 405 and Solomis are 1980s babies who found a bond as younger siblings through hip-hop.

Their group title of 832 bears a significant meaning as they proudly wear the number of the Oklahoma City home that they grew up in before it was burned to ashes. Their latest album Love And Fear features rhymes and beats as stark as vacant tenement buildings, both rappers refusing to hold their tongues regarding inner turmoil as well as the external chaos that floods the world around them. Within the album’s opening song, they refer to themselves as “political rhyme peddlers.”

While it may not be immediately apparent as to why, just keep listening.

You can find out more about 832 at their Facebook Page. You can also purchase their latest album here at BandCamp.

Watch the video to “Burn” right here:

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