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#420 | Rich Hil – Never Coming Back [Video]

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Glenville, CT – This is “Never Coming Back” by Rich Hil. The track appears on the upcoming Support Your Local Drug Dealer EP. One to zone out to…

Video: Rich Hil - Never Coming Back - HipHopCanada.com

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ROQDYhuKdTY

More about Rich Hil

Rich Hil, at the age of 21, has already released over 700 songs, freestyles, and mixtapes in just two years. Hil melds stream-of-consciousness, improvisational rhymes to woozy, blissed-out beats, creating a sound immersed in hip-hop but still rooted in the rapper’s psychedelic, singer-songwriter leanings. It’s this idiosyncratic style that Hil has dubbed “hippie,” a mix of vintage beats, unabashed tributes to drug culture, and a laid back flow that rejects hip-hop’s blinged out, bottle-service past and embraces instead a back-to-basics lifestyle. As Hil says, “You know how I’m gonna be the best? I’m just gonna be me. 100%. So anything that comes to my head, I’m letting people know.”

Twitter: @RichHil

Check out more Rich Hil at http://www.rickyhil.com.

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