World’s Fair - Sammy Sosa

Posted 3 years ago
Producer:
Black Noi$e
Album:
Bastards Of The Party

You might think World’s Fair were juicing or using corked mics à la Sammy Sosa, but rest assured the Queens collective’s skills are all-natural. As they demonstrated with Your Girl’s Here Pt. 2 earlier this week, they are definitely on their grind. Cody B. Ware, Jeff Donna, Remy Banks and Prince Samo showcase similarly winding, gritty flows that really mesh well together. When you have four emcees this talented, you need an instrumental that can withstand the lyrical onslaught. Black Noi$e comes through big-time, crafting an ominous, grimy beat that serves as a strong foundation for this cut. Sammy Sosa is set to appear on World’s Fair’s upcoming debut album, Bastards of the Party, set to drop September 3, via Fools Gold.

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