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Brooklyn MC Jean Grae gets ready to go "music heavy" 

As it stands, Brooklyn phenom-female MC Jean Grae may be one of hip-hop's most interesting personalities as well as one of its most gifted rappers. After the recent release of her DJ Drama-hosted mixtape, Cookies or Comas, which is stockpiled with Jeanie's…

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