Album Review: P.O.S.
    • THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2012

    • Posted by: Andrew Gruttadaro

    P.O.S. has never been afraid of anything. The Minnesota-born rapper came up as a punk artist before bringing his aggressiveness and constant professing into hip-hop. Since then, everything P.O.S. has touched has had a strong tinge of fierceness and cynicism towards the mainstream, whether it be the short-lived Cenospecies, the hip-hop collective he helped found, Doomtree ("Doomtree bangarang, all you rappers sound the same"), or the several P.O.S. solo efforts. But his boundaries have never been pushed as far and his pace never accelerated as hard as they are on his most recent album, We Don't Even Live Here.

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