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Review: Torae and Praise’s ‘All Praises Due’ EP is worth your time

“A jack of all trades is a master of none,” or so they thought.

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Torae's cover art for All Praises Due
Photo: Twitter

“A jack of all trades is a master of none,” or so they thought.

Many may know the multi-talented Brooklyn, New York-native Torae from his SiriusXM Hip-Hop Nation show, or his podcast, Family Matters, to name a few of his ventures, but I’m sure your favourite rapper knows Torae. If not, then your favourite rapper missed out on the release of his latest EP, ‘All Praises Due’. It’s interesting though, because Torae, who often likes to work with producers face to face, never had the opportunity to meet with Praise in any of their previous collabs, which gives context to the end of his track, ‘Start Godly’.

From top to bottom, Torae lyrically annihilates every beat on the project. As usual, his witty metaphors paired with his flawless flow over Praise’s production continues to impress new listeners. Additionally, he reminds his old fans that he hasn’t let up and he’s not one to be played with when it comes to Rap. Take some time and check the project out below.

Written by Manny King John

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