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P.O.S, We Don’t Even Live Here

P.O.S., one of the co-founders of Minneapolis-based collective Doomtree, is a seasoned lyricist and producer with a penchant for an aggressive hip-hop and punk aesthetic. On his fourth studio album, We Don’t Even Live Here, the rapper offers something for both worlds, while departing from his indie roots, he fully establishes himself in a wider sound. The album opens with “Bumper,” a drum-heavy banger with electro glitches that addresses his presence in mainstream hip-hop. From the beginning, P.O.S establishes that he lays somewhere between his indie upbringings and his own definition of contemporary music: “I make it better/Ain't no one touching ...

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