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Rammellzee, Signoverture (detail), 1991, at the Suzanne Geiss Company
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by Carlo McCormick

Though Rammellzee only made it onto most art-world radars recently with the stunning posthumous installation of the bedroom from his former New York loft, The Battle Station, in the “Art in the Streets“ show at MOCA Los Angeles, he has been a long-revered cult figure among younger graffiti artists and musicians. As a rapper with a uniquely nasal voice and style that made his epic, visionary lyrics all the more ominous and elusive, Rammellzee revolutionized Hip-Hop.


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