"I've suffered a lot of scars to get where I am," says rapper Mr. Lif, a.k.a. Jeffrey Haynes. His new album, Don't Look Down, is his first in seven years. Dom Savini/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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'What Doesn't Kill Us Makes Us Stronger:' Mr. Lif On Music And Healing

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Galactic in Concert on Mountain Stage - 09/15/2008

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Rapper Mr. Lif, Back with 'Mo Mega'

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