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May 09, 2011

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Ashley Dison

We definitely need this to become a trend--not profanity, but creativity with no thoughts of profit.The music I love most is the music that is composed with little thought of its commercial quality, or lack therof.

jaime

This was great, I especially loved the ending. I think that OFWGKTA are starting a new trend in music, so its exciting to watch.

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