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Remember when Peedi Crakk was supposed to be that next great MC out of Roc-a-Fella? That didn’t really pan out, but then he was running with the Roots, and many thought that would propel the Philly spitter to more mainstream notoriety to match his rhyme talents. That didn’t really pop off either, but Crakk is still nice with the flows and hooks as seen in this video for “Watch Me Bend It” off of his Crakk Files, Vol 4 mixtape.

The Condido Verona directed clip plays like a commercial for Mitchell & Ness, which still managed to thrive after the throwback jersey craze ran its course. Props to P. Crakk for still putting in that rhyme work, too. “Give you one verse, Shyte, hit you like it’s time of them/Ever since a baby I was crazy with the synonyms/verbs adverbs nouns and adjectives, give me them.”


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