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Single: Rugz D. Bewler’s “Bad Man’s World”

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In loom of Kim Jong Un‘s recent terrorist threats, Rugz D. Bewler seems to deliver his first single of the year “Bad Man’s World” with lines that question the integrity of man.

Rugz D. Bewler's "Bad Man's World" cover

From talks of searching for a father figure and the misfortunate activity of attending someone’s wake every month, he flows over likable production credited to Sal Dali. Within the hook of the song, he raps word that are sure to provoke thoughts: “Bad man world, real nigga playground.”

He continues to discuss the ongoing topic concerning the differences of a “bitch” and “queen”. Though, within the Hip-Hop community most artists glorify the “bitch”, we wonder if his preaching will help any. Listen to it by clicking here.

Written by Richardine Bartee

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