Lance Scott Walker

Lance Scott Walker is a native of Galveston, Texas and has written for Houston ChronicleHouston PressLocal HoustonRed Bull Music AcademyThrillistViceWondering SoundFaderFree Press Houston002 HoustonTexas MusicOutSmartGOOD, Dazed And ConfusedNewType USAOrlando WeeklyPortland MercurySan Diego FahrenheitSan Diego Union-TribuneUSA Today, and RollingStone.com. He is the author of Houston Rap (Sinecure, 2013) and Houston Rap Tapes (Sinecure, 2014), both collaborations with photographer Peter Beste, and the host of Houston Rap Tapes Radio and the live writers series Evil Hour Evening Reading. He lives in New York.


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A History of the Houston Rap Tapes: Lance Scott Walker and Jacques Morel in Conversation


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