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Risk Taker – [RarieDaSavage]

Of all of the innumerable talented young rappers in Atlanta I have to say that RarieDaSavage has emerged as truthfully my favorite of the bunch over the past several months, boasting a deep back catalog across platforms if you look hard enough, and having recently droped a mixtape titled Baby Goat and a self-titled EP which I reviewed for Lyrical Lemonade when it dropped a couple of months ago. Rarie is still just a teenager but has a wealth of life experience and tribulation under his belt which he masterfully turns into songs with gripping lyrics that often make you stare back into your own soul in a particularly unexpected way given that Rarie’s sound doesn’t necessarily scream emotional potency, but this camouflage of sorts makes Rarie all the more interesting to me. His obvious confidence and swagger and the rhythm in which he rides beats and seamlessly switches flows would easily convince many that Rarie is sitting on the next huge street/club smash hit in the city, which is likely true, but don’t for a second overlook how beautifully this man tells his stories for an artist as young as he is, without ever falling off pace or having to force lyrics. …

RarieDaSavage – [RarieDaSavage]

This should likely come as absolutely zero surprise to anyone reading this but Atlanta has yet another young star on their hands with nineteen-year-old RarieDaSavage who recently released from jail and subsequently released his new self-titled EP that proves him to be one of the most versatile and naturally gifted artists on the street side, naturally catching all of the flows and melodies that some of his more established peers first captured attention with. “Real Stepper” is the first really memorable track on the EP which is certain to turn you up upon your first listen, as Rarie delivers a very catchy hook which he follows with a cut-throat first verse that shows off some of the natural vocal talent and distinctive southern accent that is so potent yet rare. He follows this motivational track up with a melancholy and emotional cut with “Nobody” where he declares “I don’t need ‘nun but part of my life,” which evidences the clarity and maturity that Rarie has that is far beyond his counterparts in his age group. Fellow Atlantan and bona fide rising star Baby Plug joins Rarie on the open and throwed track “Freestyle” that samples that one little Spongebob twang that you’ll …