Troy Ave has been releasing his patented “Keymixes” left and right. Following a reworked version of Childish Gambino’s “3005,” the Brooklyn rapper returns with a verse on Bobby Schmurda’s street heater, “Hot Ni**a.”
Of the verses rappers who have laid on Jahlil Beats’ knocking beat, Harry Powder’s delivery may do the best at capturing New York City’s energy. And he doesn’t steal Schmurda’s flow, which is a rarity with today’s freestyles. Troy’s bars also signal more music to comes, as he and his B$B clique are prepping their BSB Vol. 5 mixtape, due to release sooner than later.
Stream Troy Ave’s “Hot Ni**a” freestyle below. Leave your thoughts about it in the comments.