WR608: Kairo

Episode 608 July 22, 2021 00:42:38
WR608: Kairo
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WR608: Kairo
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Show Notes

A great conversation (as always) with local MC Kairo about his new EP with musical partner Hoopaloop, the emotional impact of tackling heavy lyrical subjects, looking forward to getting back onstage, reggae (of course), and much more!

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