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Is there a "racial divide" in rap? G-Eazy says no

Rapper G-Eazy tells Larry that any semblance of a "racial divide" in the rap and hip hop industries has vanished in 2016, and that he no longer has to defend his right to be a white man in a genre most known for it's black artists.

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