Poor New York City. No one ever pays the Big Apple any attention, and the city that never sleeps certainly doesn’t have any anthems it can be proud of. (That was sarcastic, and yes, I’m from Boston.) Apparently not content with his city’s place on top, Booth favorite Donny Goines - not to be confused with Goines - has decided to rub it in further with the release of his new cut Rock NYC (LaGuardia-JFK Remix). In addition to some insane rock/hip-hop production that could have only comes from the mind of 6th Sense, the remix finds not only Donny paying homage to NY, but is also joined by suburban rhyme-spitter Asher Roth, Bay Area heavyweight Mistah F.A.B. and the pride of North Carolina, Rapper Big Pooh. Given my anti-Yankees sentiments it’s hard for me to admit this, but Rock NYC (LaGuardia-JFK Remix Remix) blows up bigger than a Bronx bomber. Rock NYC, the original version, and much more dopeness from Goines can be found on his 20X (FreEp), available now.
Written by Nathan S. on 05/27/10
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