Freeway and Beanie Sigel Reunite on Daytona’s ‘Shots’
The Roc Boys reunite. Over a decade after their hit "Roc the Mic," Freeway and Beanie Siegel join forces again on a new track by Bronx, N.Y.-bred rapper Daytona.
"Shots" comes from Daytona's new M.I.N.K.S. mixtape produced by Harry Fraud. The first project between the rapper (formerly known as The Kid Daytona) and the producer -- who has crafted beats for the likes of Action Bronson and French Montana-- M.I.N.K.S. also includes collaborations with Problem, Smoke DZA and Chuck Inglish.
"I'm not trying to work with the flavor-of-the-month artist and jump on a bandwagon. I want to build a vibe," Fraud told the Village Voice last year. "With Daytona, we started doing a couple songs and it just started coming out so good."
After scorching tracks like "Roc the Mic" and "What We Do," Freeway and Beanie have remained friends over the years. In early 2015, Free spoke about Beanie's highly-publicized health issues after being shot. “It definitely was an unfortunate situation,” he told Revolt. “We need everybody to keep giving prayers to Beans. He’s coming along. He’s home now. He’s with his family. He’s resting. He should be back [in] tip-top shape in a couple of months.”
Fraud welcomed Daytona to his Surf School Recordings (SRFSCHL) last year, celebrating the signing with the track "Type-Ish."
Experience Daytona and Harry Fraud's new collaboration below.
Listen to Daytona's "Shots" Feat. Beanie Sigel & Freeway
Listen to Daytona's M.I.N.K.S. Mixtape
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