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Rhythm Roulette: Maaly Raw | Mass Appeal

“I can kinda hear anyone rapping on this one right here.”
Maaly Raw tried his hand at Mass Appeal’s famed #RhythmRoulette challenge. After strolling through New York City’s Good Records and selecting three albums at random, the Philly trap producer behind Lil Uzi Vert’s “Do What I Want” chops up a few beats on the spot. Utilizing the soundtrack to 1983's ‘The Big Chill’, John Cougar Mellencamp’s ‘Scarecrow’, and Oscar Peterson’s 'Put On A Happy Face' the young producer locks in and delivers three unique beats. How’d he do?

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