A-Wax Based ‘Jesus Malverde’ Album On Mexican Folklore Saint

Billy Johnson, Jr.
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Who is Jesus Malverde? Pittsburg, California rapper A-Wax offers a lesson on the Mexican folklore hero during his recent interview with The Aftermath.

The bandit who was killed by authorities in the early 1900s is the subject of A-Wax's concept album, Jesus Malverde, released Tuesday. During his interview, A-Wax also explains why he doesn't have a regional sound, the meaning behind his chilling video "The Shooter," and the advice he received in prison from older inmates.

See A-Wax talk Beyoncé and Lil Wayne news with The Aftermath during his last visit.

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