AU students are demanding better music on campus. Due to the quality of recent events it has been noted by many that the level of trappin' on campus is extremely low. This is simply unacceptable. Sir Radric Davis may be our last hope to save the music scene at American University. The University ad campaigns say that American students are "on the fast-lane to success," but how will the leaders of tomorrow survive in the real world without the important life lessons that are passed down through trappin' music?
With internationally renowned tracks such as "Lemonade," and excellent mixtapes such as "Trap God," Davis has secured his role as an influencer of culture and politics. His ability to finesse the plug is unmatched by any rapper today, and his bars are considered by some to be of unrivaled quality.
Sir Radric Davis is apparently not the leader this student body wants, but he is most definitely the leader we need.