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Cordae Compares Himself To Kyrie Irving & Talks Pandemic Inspiring ‘From A Birds Eye View’ Album

Cordae Compares Himself To Kyrie Irving & Talks Pandemic Inspiring ‘From A Birds Eye View’ Album

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If there is one rapper in the culture who knows there are levels to the game, it’s definitely the one and only Cordae

While he’s pacing to be one of the youngest emcees to carry the torch of hip-hop artistry, the 24-year-old has leveled up in every facet of his life and music career.

Taking the pandemic to reflect and self analyze his goals and aspirations in life, the current version of the Maryland rapper has garnered some of his most critical work as his sophomore album ‘From A Bird’s Eye View’ is a testament to his transitions in life and the next level of mastery he’s working to reach.

Now Cordae recently blazed his appearance on the LIFTOFF show with the viral L.A. Leakers Freestyle #126, so the “Today” lyricist naturally had to stop through the Power Mornings Show with Letty, Teddy, and Javen to speak about his experience putting together his new album, NBA comparisons, and the impact of the late Nipsey Hussle.

For Cordae, he’s only focused on being the best version himself and this time around his music reflects the organic growth, intent, and focus he’s put into himself over the course of the past years. The rapper goes on to share his admiration for Mos Def, and how most of his experiences translated to his entire album.

Check out the full Cordae x Power Mornings interview below!

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