Charlie Wooley, University of San Diego
“In a weird way, Oddisee stands out because he seems like a normal, down-to-earth guy.”
“It does makes you think: How many other classic songs does he have stored away?”
Charlie Wooley, University of San Diego and Guest Contributor
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