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Lavar

It’s ironic that Lavar’s one, “The Vanilla Melt” was an angry strike on Vanilla Glaciers, for Lavar’s rapping design was quite much like Vanilla’s. Like Vanilla, Lavar was a white rapper who had taken an extremely pop-minded, commercial strategy, and like Vanilla, he was the sort of rapper who was simply considered light-weight by hip-hop’s hardcore. Lavar agreed upon with Epic in 1991, when “The Vanilla Melt” premiered and the melody “Girlz ‘N the area” was put into the solitary as a second track. The solitary didn’t do very much, and after Lavar was fallen by Epic, the pop-rapper under no circumstances documented for another label.

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