Fat Tony may call Houston home, but he has mad love for Brooklyn, New York. On the official remix of BKNY, a cut off June’s Smart Ass Black Boy street album, the Young One signee links up with a few of his most talented NYC homies for a tribute to the most populous of the five boroughs. Replacing original guests Old Money, Mr. MFN eXquire and MeLo-X contribute 16s liberally seasoned with local color. Tom Cruz, a New York native and the beatsmith behind Tony’s latest project, even steps out from behind the boards to deliver a sung closing 16. How does this rendition stack up against the original? As always, y’all get to render the final verdict. You can still cop the latter as part of the aforementioned mixtape, available for free streaming and download right here in The DJBooth.
Written by richard on 09/17/13
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