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Oven Heat: Washington, DC rapper LB199X rides hypnotic beat to ‘I Thought About It’

I thought about his energy and his delivery. He’s a winner.


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You may not know this, but I love to dance. It’s how I grew up. My mother and I would dance together before I went to school. It’s one of the ways how she helped me to build confidence. Therefore, I dance when I am in good spirits—about to take on something new—or when I want to release stress from work. It’s also one of the ways I know if I want to support a song. If I cannot live without it, I will buy it—if it’s available to purchase. When it comes to the Washington, DC rapper LB199X, I thought about it. This record is heat. Check it out for yourself.


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