RIP New York Hip-Hop? (Need Some Feedback)

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Wsg and benny are the konys IMO.
Who has a project that's ****ing with hwh6, supreme blientele or tt3?
Who has been more consistent?
 
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I'm absolutely going with East But the Griselda Clique & Don Q/ A Boogie putting together a strong case too. New nice young blood in the city
 
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If y’all remember Trife Diesel/Trife Da God from Theodore Unit, he released Project Pope II back in July, and 780 a couple days before Thanksgiving. I hadn’t heard from him since his debut album in 09 and had been wondering what happened to him. Good to know he’s still nice
 
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Don’t care for Fred Da Godson, but him and Joell Ortiz have a joint release produced by Heatmakerz called ‘Gorilla Glue’

 
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Been bumping a lot of Mach Hommy and Meyhem Lauren lately. Mach is just a next level dude. Lyrical and "artsy" but he's not forcing it or faking it, comes off as real authentic. Meyhem just sound like a updated NY rapper from 95. His voice, his style, he a beast and one of the best rap names.


It might be time to close this thread up.
This thread ain't been about NY rap dying in a while. Just dudes putting each other on to other rappers.
 
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Tha Gog Fahim nice as hell. I been listening to him and Mach-Hommy's Dollar Menu tapes. He spiting some **** on there. Their best songs ain't even on youtube though.

 
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