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Jonwayne is a name you need to know in rap, because to put it simply he's a really good rapper (and amazing producer). We've been listening to his beat CDs for a minute now, and realizing he could actually rap as well as he does was a pretty crazy revelation. His album for Stones Throw, Rap Album One, comes out one week from today so get ready with the first track that's been released, "The Come Up Part 1". This is one of a two-part track that was co-created alongside another of our favorite L.A. producers, Scoop DeVille.

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I got demons, fiending for younger souls to screamI got demons, shit I eat with themIn fact they're the ones that tell me if I need more seasoning

-Jonwayne, Numbers On The Hoard

So, Jonwayne, what's your favorite taco?

El Atacor #11 on 24th and Figueroa. Potato tacos!

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