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al.divino Is Remaking Boom-Bap According to His Own Surrealistic Vision

Article by Jordan Commandeur 
Hip-hop is in a time of transition. The music—and culture as a whole—are divided, and the schism isn’t just between the new generation and the old one; there’s also a divide among the youth. Trap may be ruling the charts, but a small, vehement contingent are valiantly upholding the traditions of the genre’s Golden Era. Boom-bap strongholds like New York, Philadelphia, and Boston have reinvigorated scenes and produced a wealth of captivating new artists, with the latter in particular experiencing something of a renaissance.

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