On New Year's eve, I got stuck at the 57th ave stop on the N train in Manhattan, heading to Queens, due to the ball dropping. Instead of waiting on the train, I got out to watch the ball. I haven't done this in over 10 years so I was a bit annoyed at first. Instead of being upset, I blasted this song by Remy Banks on repeat as the clock approached midnight. Once 2016 rolled in, I was finally able to head to my homie's crib in Astoria to celebrate the New Year.
This song is an instant classic. Representing Queens to the fullest, Remy Banks has been on the come up since releasing his higher project last year. Remy has very concentrated but effortless flows when he spits. He is apart of the Queens, NY-based rap group: World's fair, and to me, Remy Banks is the best in the crew. He collaborates with Harlem's own A$AP Twelvy and producer P on the boards. All 3 of them helped me ring in 2016 with that smooth New York sound I am obsessed with. This is the type of music that got me addicted to hip-hop.