Naughty By Nature - Get To Know Me Better

Posted 7 years ago
Producer:
Kaygee
Album:
Anthem Inc.

When rap vets return to the game after years of absence, they’re often motivated by a desire to vent their righteous fury at a game they believe has lost its way, but Kaygee, Treach, and Vin Rock of Naughty By Nature are throwing their hats into the “comeback album” ring for a decidedly different reason.  As evidenced by newly-released lead single Get To Know Me Better, the iconic Jersey threesome simply aim to have a good time doing what they do best: getting heads bobbing with infectious, crowd-pleasing rap anthems.  Over Kaygee’s arpeggiated-synth boardwork, the O.P.P vets set their sights on the ever-popular topics of drinking, partying, and the female anatomy.  It might not be the stuff of Shakespearean sonnets, but the emcees’ skills on the mic clearly haven’t faded—not to mention, this party-ready jam might be just the thing to get youngsters interested in getting to know NBN better.  Is this new-school approach a good look for the iconic trio?  If you think so, stay tuned for further release details on the group’s Anthem Inc. LP.

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