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Watch: Watsky - “Whoa Whoa Whoa”

How one slam poet became a fast-rapping star

Rap is poetry — even Jay Z says so. That’s why it’s unsurprising that 27-year-old slam poet Watsky might be the next big rapper of our generation.

It began in high school, when a teenage San Franciscan named George Virden Watsky began getting in trouble a lot for speaking out in class. In ninth grade, his English teacher suggested he channel his frequent interjections into a local program, Youth Speaks. That’s where Watsky tried his hand and his lisping voice at poetry. A decade later, he’s one of the most promising young rappers on the scene.

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Hey, I accidentally saw Watsky live at OSL and I can honestly say that the above paragraph is true. Watsky is a poet and his quick rapping abilities wouldn’t ever strike you as the offset of a lisp.