It's safe to say that P is back.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
<a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/2010/10/jean-p-large-in-the-streets-330-anthem"> I have a weird affinity with Canton, Ohio, which is odd considering I grew up in Columbus. Granted, my entire family still populates the area from Massillon to North Canton, so I guess it’s not that strange. I still keep close tabs on happenings in the area and I remain steadfastly proud of anyone who breaks out. Although, much like any deteriorating rust-belt town, you’d be hard-pressed to continually find celebrated exports from the city that produced the NFL, The O'Jays, a plethora of professional athletes and—I guess—Marilyn Manson and Macy Gray. However, keeping the recent footprints of Tiger Town and Creative Control new boy, <a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/2010/06/video-stalley-visits-his-alma-mater">Stalley</a>, fresh, Jeán P aims to be the next MC to make the upper Ohio relevant once more with his new song, “Large In The Streets (330 Anthem).
Unless you’re Will Smith or Chamillionaire, chances are you’re practicing profanity in your lyrics.