When it comes to Rap and Holding your breath While Rapping KAAN No Doubts Prove His Lyrical Skill

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Hordes of twenty-somethings living in their parents’ house dream of becoming rap superstars. What sets Brandon Perry, aka K.A.A.N., apart: he’s really good. Jezebel’s Jia Tolentino has described the Maryland rapper’s “technical virtuosity,” likening Perry to Kendrick Lamar and calling his best moments “so directly vulnerable and commanding that they feel channeled.”

In the 10 months since, Perry has only gotten crisper. If you don’t believe me, check out this clip from “Rap God rmx,” his take on the Eminem original:

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