REVOLT IMO | Which new rap artist has the smoothest flow?No mumble rap included.

Kymmi Cee // REVOLT TV

Feb 2, 2017

True lyricists with a mellow stream of dope bars are a mainstay in the rap game. Featured on REVOLT's The Gate, new rappers like Compton native, Boogie, and Harlem's own Dave East prove smooth flows and sharp one-liners are still a hot commodity among a "mumble rap" generation. But who's the smoothest? Take a listen to these hip-hop newbies below and vote!

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