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Unfortunately, not so into this. “Who Me?” is a generic attempt that doesn’t do much more than express an affinity for “the club,” money, the artist himself, and inexplicable shotgun noises. The video, filmed in a nondescript and unfurnished high-rise somewhere in Boston, is unimaginative and visually uninteresting beyond the artist’s good taste in fashion (which isn’t nothing, but doesn’t necessarily make for good music). RsK has a good voice, appealing to listen to and charismatic, but this particular model of hip hop was tired long ago, and though the young RsK may have style and confidence, this work lacks eloquence and originality.