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    Marlon Craft is an American rapper, songwriter, and social activist based in New York City. He was born on September 22, 1992, in Hell's Kitchen, Manhattan. Craft began his music career in 2015 and has since released several critically acclaimed projects, including "The Tunnel's End," "Funhouse Mirror," and "How We Intended."

    Craft's music often tackles social and political issues such as racism, police brutality, and inequality. He has also been a vocal advocate for social justice and has participated in protests and other activism efforts. In addition to his music, Craft has also made appearances on various television shows and podcasts, where he discusses social and political issues.

    Craft has gained a dedicated following for his thought-provoking lyrics, powerful delivery, and commitment to social justice. He is widely regarded as one of the most promising up-and-coming rappers in the industry, and his music continues to resonate with audiences around the world.

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