New York City receives another installment to their overflowing cannon of hometown anthems with Nina B‘s “718.” On the track, the up-and-coming MC pays homage to the Queens, Brooklyn and Bronx streets that raised her. Any time you hear a New Yorker mention the Mets on a track you know it’s real. Fellow 718 natives Skyzoo and recent VICE/Warner Bros. signee Action Bronson laid some bars of their own to the DJ Jazzy Joyce produced track.
“718” is the second release from Nina B’s forthcoming collaborative LP with the aforementioned DJ Jazzy Joyce, Titles Are Played Out, set to release on August 21st. Check out “718” after the jump.
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