Gillie The Kid ft. Black Deniro, Oschino, Peedi Peedi & Ness - Superman (Remix)

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When the fictional city of Metropolis was created as the stomping grounds for the DC comic book hero Superman, it was modeled after the Toronto skyline and the atmosphere of New York City.  Although Philadelphia is unfamiliar with the iconic super hero first hand, it has been blessed with five men of hip-hop steel.  Representing the “City of Brotherly Love,” MCs Gillie The Kid, Black Deniro, Oschino, Peedi Peedi and Ness have come together for Superman (the remix).  With a beat that sounds jacked from the movie, Chipmunks Great Adventure (don’t act like you’ve never seen it), all five rappers discuss what is “super” about their daily lives and how it relates directly to their rapping skills.

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