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Smoke DZA Remains Consistent And Nostalgic On ‘Dream.ZONE.Achieve’

One of the more talked-about threads in hip-hop over the last few years has been the resurgence of New York as rap music’s creative and commercial hub. In 2012, A$AP Mob went from underground mixtape up-and-comers to international pop superstars in a matter of months, with artists like Joey Bada$$, Action Bronson, and Flatbush Zombies riding their coattails to a comfortable place in the mainstream. Jay Z is still putting out albums, and rumors of a new Dipset album have picked up steam. Right around the corner from the Dips and the Mob in Harlem, Smoke DZA has been building a ...

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