Being the first hip hop artist to be released by Jack White’s “Third Man Records” is quite an important status, considering the quality of the music that Mr. White releases through his high quality label. That said, it’s no surprise that this isn’t your standard hip hop song. With bits of funk and soul peppered in, this song should be enjoyed by listeners of every musical genre.
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