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One of the greatest underground rappers of all time and hailed by many as one of the most skilled and innovative lyricist since hip-hop's conception, Qwel is not your average ambiguous applause monger. Seasoned within Chicago's unrelenting battle circuit, Qwel found his niche among his soon to be crew at University of Chicago's WHPK Wednesday night rap show. The show, a staple in Chicago underground history, was then hosted by DJ Natural and Kid Knish. There he would meet both Denizen Kane and Qwazaar and soon after they would form Typical Cats. The project that they shortly after released, would instantly gain both national and international acclaim. With production from Natural and lyrics from, arguably, the three rawest lyricists to date, Typical Cats would set the pace and tone as just the beginning of Qwel's notoriety. After the release of Typical Cats' debut album and Qwel's vicious appearance and performance in the Chicago blaze battle, what could fans expect? Nothing would have prepared the underground world for what was next. Qwel's first solo effort If it Ain't Been in a Pawnshop, Then it Can't Play the Blues, far surpassed any expectations listeners held for him. With more introspective, thought provoking topics, Qwel proved his writing prowess, while displaying his graceful flow and fiery soul, three things which Qwel feels are missing not only from underground hip hop, but from this numb and dumb world. Learn more about Qwel