Pros: Can rap over just about any type of production.
Cons: Rapping against the world too often overshadows his personality and storytelling abilities.
Essential Listening: Sean Falyon Be Everywhere
Falyon is originally from Philly but started his rap career in Atlanta. He’s one of the artists that leaves the city and puts his music in different places, which is why he’s been able to work with and open for everyone from Freddie Gibbs to Chief Keef to Too $hort. Crowning “hustle” over “talent” may be cliché, but dude has both.