"It’s a weird job, but there’s no sleeping in. You have to rise and grind every day."
“It’s two different worlds,” Millyz says about the gap between the colleges and blocks that he grew up on. “They never really mixed when I was growing up. You would see college students in Central Square, but in the actual neighborhoods you didn’t see that. It’s just different. When I was growing up, these were all zombies walking. These were million-dollar drug blocks.”
South End rapper Avenue wants to tell you a story about how it all got started way back when
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