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Willie D: Controversy

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Controversy is not only the name of Willie D’s 1989 debut solo album, it’s the perfect word to describe his entire career. From his work as a member of the Geto Boys to his solo career Willie D has never been one to … Continue reading

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A Conversation with Willie D (Part 2)

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In part 1 of A Conversation with Willie D, the man born William James Dennis waxed poetic about the upcoming Presidential Election, violence that permeates the inner-city, and the Geto Boys’ place in rap history. In part 2 the trigger … Continue reading

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A Conversation with Willie D

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One of the most underrated emcees in rap music history is Willie D of the Geto Boys. Willie had the fortune and misfortune of rapping alongside an unforgettable character in Bushwick Bill and a master lyricist in Scarface. While he … Continue reading

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