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May 1, 2019 17 min
Coming out of Hell’s Kitchen New York Marlon Craft has been selling out shows in the city for years and is finally ready to step into the spotlight with his debut album set to drop this June. Stopping by “On The Radar” this week the “NY Baby” rapper spoke about all the success he has found coming from the underground rap scene, adding on that he is ready to break out and sell out stadiums. Having seen the city change from the perspective of Lower Manhattan Craft also talks about how things aren’t like they used to be and that a lot of the so-called “progress” the city has made is not really for those who have roots here.

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