By Matthew Fiander
Bad As Me is a bracing, defiant attack against things as usual. Its clash and clatter are combative, but in the end -- and here's what throws the suits off -- utterly beautiful.
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dvsn: SEPT. 5TH (take 2)
"If I invade and murder you, it’s for your own good. I swear.