It looks like Sen. Marco Rubio isn’t the only conservative Florida congressman who appreciates sick beats.
Freshman Rep. Trey Radel, 37, live-tweeted his review of Jay-Z’s widely-panned album, “Magna Carta Holy Grail” Tuesday with his opinions of each of the album’s 15 tracks.
Radel, a Republican, gave the album mostly glowing praise by calling various tracks “pretty sick,” with a “sick flow,” and calling one song a “helluva track.” For another song he didn’t seem so passionate about, Radel deemed it a “solid track.”
According to The Hill, Radel loves rap so much that he remixes old songs and passes out “Beats By Trey” to his staffers, which most likely end up in the trash.
For his part, Rubio has said that some of his favorite songs are by old-school rappers N.W.A, Tupac and Eminem. (RELATED: Marco Rubio reveals his three favorite rap songs)
Who says conservatives can’t appeal to younger voters? Way to keep up with the kids, Rep. Cooldude!