Even then, he would refer to it as "playing around...nothing serious". There was a studio recording here and there between 2002 and 2007, but in those days he went by the name "Napier" (he fancied himself the Black Joker -- the black Jack Napier) and he was nothing even remotely like the explicit and often times raunchy artist that he is today. In 2007, Last discovered a movement that had already been well in the making. The Homorevolution Tour brought prominence to an underground gay rap scene that, until then, he'd only been vaguely familiar with. But like so many of his current counterparts making moves in 2008, it drove him to action.
By June of 2008, he'd completed "Whoislast? -- The Promo" shucking out lines like "[fuck] niggas, not broads/ homie I don't feed fish/ I'm on Dean's List/ that's why I give you brain 'til your hoody don't fit" and "...I am gifted/ no gift and the curse/ just the gifts/ muthafucka, this is Christmas" establishing himself as a noteworthy emcee...a gay one at that. In the latter half of this year, we'll see Last Offence release his first EP entitled RUN A LAP. After that, he will continue hammering out songs for his debut album, RED RHETORIC. "When I came into the game, I knew exactly what I wanted to hear and how I wanted to hear it...that's what this album is." -- Last Offence Short on collaborations, the album represents a burgeoning young lyricist attempting to solidify his name and stand center stage-- face forward and ready for whatever. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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