If you thought New York lost its rap edge, think again. Big Apple rhymers Maino, Bodega Bamz, Chinx Drugz, Troy Ave, Mack Wilds and City Boy Dee are reminding naysayers who can really spit bars on the all-star posse cut 'Banned From Radio.'
Rumors of New York City rap's demise have been greatly exaggerated. Don't let people like Trinidad James fool you -- there are a plethora of dope acts emerging from the five boroughs and the music scene there couldn't be more exciting or diverse.
When we last saw Bodega Bamz, he was training for a fight in a very gritty atmosphere for his 'Mi Casa' visual. He's came up a little bit since then apparently, as he's wearing a mink in his latest video for 'Don Francisco.'
Despite both referencing and interpolating Boogie Down Productions' '9mm Goes Bang,' Black Dave and Bodega Bamz's 'Wadadaang' isn't just another Golden Age imitation from two "New New York" rappers. Bolstered by blistering bass from Shy Beats, this black boy/tan boy collaboration stays firmly in 2013.
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