Clyde Mack Raps
by Staff | Oct 24, 2012 12:49 pm
Posted to: Arts & Entertainment, Dixwell
Dixwell-bred rapper Clyde Mack took a break from recording to rap without a beat—about how he claims that local rappers are “maturing” and collaborating rather than beefing.
He made that case in an interview with Alan Sage of the local “Middleman” website. Click on the play arrow to watch the interview; click here to read Sage’s summary.
“It’s all unity,” Mack, a proud product of the Tribe (Dixwell neighborhood), said about his work with friends from the Tre and the Ville.
In the wake of this summer’s drug-gang sweep that landed some leading New Haven hip-hop figures behind bars, Mack also spoke of the need for rappers to choose between their artistic goals and the streets.
Click on the play arrows to these video for samples of Mack’s work.
Tags: Clyde Mack, hip hop, Tribe, Ville, Middleman
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