In the 2010s, Rory Allen Phillip Ferreira became a national force in underground hip-hop rapping as Milo. He retired that name in 2018 and now performs as R.A.P. Ferreira, but the whimsical, introspective spirit of his work as Milo remains intact. Ferreira builds his raps like Rube Goldberg machines, so that his tongue-twisting lines move […]
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