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Black Music.

Rap trio The Good The Bad and The Thirsty use their eclectic taste to make unapologetically black music. Lead by acclaimed
producer/singer/songwriter SPNCR Nezey the group consist of quintessential producer/engineer Joshua Smith, and emcee extraordinaire
Lorde $anctus. The group aims to use their multifarious skill sets to carve their own unique lane in the ever expanding universe that is the
music industry. Collectively the trio has worked with the likes of The Weeknd, Will.i.Am, Chance The Rapper, Method Man, James Blake, Britney
Spears & More. After successfully navigating the music industry, while helping other artists tell their stories, the group has decided to approach
the forefront and narrate their own. The Good The Bad & The Thirsty’s first single P.O.A. (Product of America) drops on February 13th in honor of Black
Black History month. With razor sharp witted lyrics, and nostalgic production that has a new twist, The Good The Bad and The Thirsty are
prepared to shift culture.

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Black Music.

Rap trio The Good The Bad and The Thirsty use their eclectic taste to make unapologetically black music. Lead by acclaimed
producer/singer/songwriter SPNCR Nezey the group consist of quintessential producer/engineer Joshua Smith, and emcee extraordinaire
Lorde $anctus. The group aims to use their multifarious skill sets to carve their own unique lane in the ever expanding universe that is the
music industry. Collectively the trio has worked with the likes of The Weeknd, Will.i.Am, Chance The Rapper, Method Man, James Blake, Britney
Spears & More. After successfully navigating the music industry, while helping other artists tell their stories, the group has decided to approach
the forefront and narrate their own. The Good The Bad & The Thirsty’s first single P.O.A. (Product of America) drops on February 13th in honor of Black
Black History month. With razor sharp witted lyrics, and nostalgic production that has a new twist, The Good The Bad and The Thirsty are
prepared to shift culture.

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