Spawning Nas, LL Cool J, Rakim and many more, Queens is one of the most influental boroughs on the hip-hop map—and Bryant Dope isn’t about to let you forget it. On newly-leaked mixtape title track Queens Kids, Hannibal King‘s head-noddably chill production sets the mood as the 18-year-old rap wunderkind pays tribute to his ‘hood. Watch for this joint’s official video to hit the ‘net next Tuesday, followed shortly thereafter by the release of Queens Kids (the mixtape).
Written by richard on 11/23/11
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