Cakes Da Killa rose up through New York’s booming queer rap scene in the early 2010s. Influenced by artists like Yusef Lateef and Alice Coltrane, his sophomore album isn’t quite jazz, but makes the connection in favor of hip-hop beats, with “Sip of My Sip” featuring Sevndeep as a prime example.
Cakes Da Killa: ‘Sip of My Sip’ (Feat. Sevndeep)
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