1994 was a very important year for hip hop music. What 1969 was for psychedelic rock, or what 1977 was for disco, 1994 was for hip hop. It was an absolutely shaping year that prepared an underground art for mainstream explosion.
Moments ago we posted some new visuals from Montreal native Bless for "Feel This Pain." For those unfamiliar, Bless is not new to this rap game. His career started at the young age of 12, and since then he's gone through waves of fame.
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