This morning, I watched my phone falling on the cement stairs from the train station, cracking the screen into a thousand small pieces.
The phone was half a year old.
Well done Megan.
In situations like these, I just need to take a deep breath and zone out with some bass-heavy hard-hitting rap. Take the L and move on. Which is how I got to know about Houston rapper Marqus Clae.
The Southern emcee, actor and youngest artist to ever perform at the BET Hip Hop Awards (14!) treated us to his latest impressive mixtape named P.T.S.D early December. Expect solid beats, soulful samples, flawless bars and stories from the streets. At age 16, the rapper got signed to Master P’s No Limit Records and has since been picked up by XXL, Yo Gotti, and other influential hip hop associates. Over here in Europe, this is the first time I hear about the young word wizard. Blissfully, because this kid is a true talent that I would love to see flourish into a household name within the hip hop sphere!