New York City collective Da YoungFellaz consist of Bronx emcee Jay Storm & Brooklyn native Sho-Biz, both emcees value the true artistry of Hip-Hop and they aren’t afraid to embrace it in their rhymes.
Today we are blessed with the duos new mixtape, The New York Times, consisting of 13 tracks this a great soundtrack for the summer as both rhyme slayers infuse sounds of new and old to deliver a project with plenty of replay value.
Keeping the features to a minimum Da YoungFellaz call on L. Michele, Sal Capone, Crome, DeVo D. & Kami for verses and the production is handled in large part by Bravestarr, HitmakerDot & Andre Keys.
I’m the Arts from Atlanta GA. Earlier this year I dropped a tape titled “Rock$tar” on livemixtapes which kind of led me to the music style that I am currently involved with. Like “Westside” & “10 Ina 4” the new track I dropped today has an atmospheric R&B vibe to it.
I freestyle the whole song “Persian Rug” and it roughly took about 3 hours to complete it, the production and all. The three songs I have released “Persian Rug” being included will be on my project dropping this summer “Westside”, stay tuned for it. – The Arts