For natives of NYC’s easternmost borough, today must feel like Christmas in June. Fresh off trading bars with legendary neighbor Kool G. Rap on DJ Tony Touch‘s It’s a Queens Thing, Flushing phenom Action Bronson returns to our pages with a new Strictly 4 My Jeeps remix featuring an all-Queens-repping cast of collaborators. Over the squelching synth-bass and bone-crushing percussion of Harry Fraud (who hails from Brooklyn—but don’t hold it against him), the headliner trades hard-hitting verses with G-Unit repper Lloyd Banks (South Jamaica) and hip-hop legend LL Cool J (Hollis). Better than the original? As always, y’all get to lay down the final verdict. You’ll find both versions of Jeeps on Action Bronson and Harry Fraud’s Saab Stories street album, dropping digitally next Tuesday (6/11).
Written by richard on 06/6/13
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