World’s Fair - Your Girl’s Here Pt. 2

Posted 2 years ago
Producer:
SPVCE
Album:
Bastards Of The Party

Your girl not answering her phone? Supposed to go on a date, but she didn’t show up? I have good news and bad news. The good: she’s OK. The bad? Well, Your Girl’s Here; “here” being wherever World’s Fair is. On Your Girl’s Here Pt. 2, the New York crew showcases its edgy, charismatic style. Over SPVCE’s electronic boardwork, Cody B. Ware, Jeff Donna, Remy Banks and Prince Samo share the mic, delivering their rhymes in similarly gritty, sharp flows. While the five emcees’ verses might seem like a lot for the average listener to take in, World’s Fair’s styles all work so well together that you just might be left wanting more! Your Girl’s Here Pt. 2 can be found on the crew’s Bastards of the Party album, due out on September 3.

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