Brookline rapper/producer Skipp Whitman’s new album begins with some telling words: “A pipe dream is keeping up so/ I may as well hop to it and maybe we sell,” he says, as soft, warm strings rouse him from this waking dream. The tension between staying true and hitting it big has been a consistent theme in Skipp’s past work, and he embodies it well.
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