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360, Everywhere and Back

As Nas showed with Illmatic, keeping an album short, to the point, and devoid of weak material can make you a household name if the skills hold up. Fellow Queens, New York, native 360’s debut album, Everywhere and Back, follows some of the same blueprints that Nasir Jones paved nearly two decades ago. Both MCs hail from Queens and came equipped with production handled by a small, select group of beatsmiths in order to create a cohesive album. The opener “Everywhere and Back” featuring Mela Machinko, sets the album off on a high note with a welcoming track full of energy ...

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