Working-class to the bone, Blackhaine’s drill rap goes beyond the in-your-face violence of life to expose the subtleties of aggression in the current society. And like his venomous tongue, even the music he uses to spit his bars comes out truly singular, stretching beyond and wobbling sub and really sad melodic progression — Blackhaine dwells in industrial noise, in harsh environments, and in any bleak expressions that prevent escapism as a route. There’s just no escaping his rhymes, his flow and his harsh truthfulness.

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