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Listen To A Rare Capital STEEZ Interview With WNYU
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While the recent loss of Capital STEEZ continues to cause pain, WNYU share this rare interview they conducted with the 19-year-old MC back in April. This is a real eye-opener into the rather eccentric but very intriguing mind of STEEZ, who discusses everything from the pineal gland (the part of the brain that taps into psychic energy), how he dealt with always coming second to Joey‘s success, his love for MF DOOM and much more. Set aside the next 48 minutes and soak in the knowledge. RIP STEEZ.

 

 

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May 20, 2013 at 3:29 am

Everything Steez talks about from Sacred Geometry to the Ibdigo Generation to crystal children to synchronicity are the things I’ve been talking about and rapping about for years. real talk. This is not hype it’s just a fact, a bit of a scary fact for me. And Steeze wasvway more fearless about talking about it in interviews so respect due. Rest In Peace and rest in power, indigo militia unite, light players unite. One love x

Abstract_47 says:
November 2, 2013 at 1:19 am

I miss steez man pro era just it’s the same anymore

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