The Return Of Hip-Hop’s Cult Figure

Divine Styler is a Brooklyn-born LA transplant, and his renown in hip-hop – with a catalogue that amounts to just three albums and a handful of singles and guest appearances in 25 years – seems to have been defined more by his absence than his presence. His fourth album, “Def Mask,” a tour de force of hardcore beats and futuristic electronic production wrapped around dystopian science fiction, is released next week, 14 years after his last. The Guardian says it’s ‘a tour de force of hardcore beats and dystopian science fiction.’

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