As the oldie goes, New York, New York is “so good they named it twice.” On debut feature New York x2, Booth newcomer Spud Mack takes that concept and runs with it, hooking up with a fellow Big Apple underground rhymesayer for a double-barreled tribute to the city they call home. Over a minimal piano-loop beat produced by Trax with the headliner’s assistance, Spud and Harlem Roses emcee Vinny Cha$e rhyme about the everyday thrills and omnipresent dangers of life in Gotham. Like what you’re hearing? You’ll be able to find this gritty East Coast anthem and many more quality cuts on Spud Mack’s B4IMGONE street album, scheduled to drop digitally in April.
Written by richard on 02/25/13
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