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Listen: Bristol Unpacked with Krazy, the local hip-hop heavyweight who punched a racist

As a white man he has been accused of cultural appropriation, despite growing up in the scene.

Listen: Bristol Unpacked with Neil Maggs

Steven Draper, aka Krazy, is a rapper, producer and broadcaster, and a force to be reckoned with. Neil and Krazy chat about local hip-hop culture and recent events including Wiley’s antisemitic outburst and the reaction to it, and when Krazy punched a racist man in the middle of Broadmead earlier this month, caught on a video that went viral.

Krazy’s big project and true passion is Last Man Standing, is a new digital rap battle platform championing new artists. He talks on why Bristol artists might be getting left behind, and how that can be addressed.

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