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Rhymes to riches: Def Jam banks on Southeast Asia rap stars

Def Jam, the label behind superstars from LL Cool J to Jay-Z and Rihanna, is snapping up rap stars from the untapped Southeast Asian market where streaming platforms are flourishing.

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