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Aggressive socio-political rap from this NY based Chinese experimental rapper & producer, perfect for Deathbomb Arc fans wanting more in the vein of our intense hip hop.
A note from the artist: "The title of this album comes from a photo I found in the Oakland Museum of California. It's a black and white photo taken by a white woman in the early 20th century. The photo captures a young Chinese man in early San Francisco Chinatown working on something by candlelight. There are no details of his life. All people of color in America have flames. Protect your flame."
“A fascinating, shape-shifting record from Chinese experimental rap artist OHYUNG” - Bandcamp New & Notable
"An avant garde jack-of-all-trades, OHYUNG's latest effort sees him push the boundaries of his project to practically every corner of the musical spectrum in an album that encompasses an almost dizzying amount of genres." - PAPER
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