New York City-based rapper/producer/dancer Le1f was born Khalif Diouf and grew as a beatmaker in the 2000s. When attending Wesleyan University he befriended the members of snark-rap outfit Das Racist and went on to make the beats for their breakthrough single, “Combination Pizza Hut and Taco Bell.” Le1f became a key figure in a subset of openly gay N.Y.C. rappers, with himself and peers like Mykki Blanco, Zebra Katz, and House of Ladosha gaining exposure for their refreshing contributions to hip-hop that grew out of the early-’90s drag and ball culture. An early single first leaked online in early 2012, and debut mixtape Dark York followed in April of 2012

Spank Rock dropped ‘Gully’ back in May, flowing effortlessly over an early 90’s house inspired beat by young New Orleans-based producer Kid Kamillion and Boys Noize

Brodinski Remixes New Spank Rock

Baltimore and Philadelphia based cult rapper Naeem Juwan AKA Spank Rock dropped ‘Gully’ back in May, flowing effortlessly over an early 90’s house inspired beat by young New Orleans-based producer Kid Kamillion and Boys Noize. The track,

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LE1F To Release EP On Terrible Records/XL Recordings. Hey EP coming March 11th with full length album to follow. The first single "Boom" is now streaming.

LE1F To Release EP On Terrible Records

New York City hip-hop artist Le1f has announced that he has signed with Terrible/XL Recordings. The deal comes with the announcement of his first release with the label, Hey EP out digitally March 11th and on 12″ Vinyl May 6th,

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