The Kennedy family legacy is one of the topics highlighted on Apathy’s Connecticut Casual. Recently, the emcee spoke about why he focused on the family’s history on “The Curse Of The Kennedys.”  

“The Kennedys were a family that was built on corruption and illegal activities,” Apathy says in an exclusive interview with HipHopDX. “But those negative things were a means to an end to accomplish good, positive things. Jack [John F. Kennedy] would have done so much good if he wasn’t assassinated. Same with Bobby. Then you have Teddy, someone who wasn’t as on point as Jack and Bobby.” 

Apathy says his interest in the Kennedy family goes beyond his work on “The Curse Of The Kennedys.”

“I have about 50 books on the Kennedys,” he says. “I collect magazines, also. I have magazines from the ’60s all the way up to Time Life special magazines that were just released. I read a ton of stuff, retain the recurring themes, and discard the unsubstantiated.” 

Apathy’s “The Curse Of The Kennedys” is below.

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