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Goldroger

Music / Hip-Hop/Rap / Germany

German Rap is not dead – anyone who claims that it might be simply has no clue where the gold is buried. Because beyond the big city rap with its never-changing tropes, guys like Goldroger have been showing us for quite a while what is actually possible if you dare to venture out of the comfort zone, the trends, the expectations. Simply put: beats with electric guitar instead of an overdriven bass, a voice with a vibe instead of masturbation of the ego, double-sided lyrics instead of one-sided self-praise. Sebastian Goldstein knows how to hold his own within the German hip-hop discourse and on albums like "Diskman Antishock" clearly doesn't give a hoot about what others are doing, preferring to use his words to "survive life”, as he sings himself. So true. Aren’t we all somehow? Especially in these times. So could it be him? The German MacMiller? Probably, but comparisons are futile. This is better. No crap.

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