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LONDON CALLING:
THE SEQUEL

During Spotify's densely populated Best New Artist Grammy showcase/party at L.A.'s Hammer Museum, manager Dre London—who's still buzzing over the multiple noms for client Post Malone—congratulates another artist in his stable, Tyla Yahweh, who just inked a deal with Epic Records. The photographer then took a hit of Tyla's blunt, after which he spent the remainder of the evening taking pictures of his own feet. 

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