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WATCH: Rapper Black Linen Talks about Pay to Play and the Creative Process 

Charlotte rapper Black Linen talked to CL about the creatively stifling practice of Pay to Play. When he'd had enough of paying clubs to "allow" him to perform, he stopped and began a creative five-volume series of homemade albums called Fuck Money Get Free, or FMGF. His latest album, Black Linen II, is his second release since that earlier series ended.

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