New Lows

by World's Fair

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Richard Giles
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Richard Giles For an album 5 years in the making, it's refreshing that World's Fair decided to keep it as New York as possible, instead of trying to make a broad album aimed at everyone that doesn't hit home for anyone. The beats on the project are bonkers, everyone comes in with tight verses, the Dounia hooks are great -- this might not be the album that turns World's Fair into a household name, but it is the album that solidifies why anyone who keeps up with NY rap needs to fuck with World's Fair. Favorite track: Dundas Street West feat. Nasty Nigel, Cody B. Ware, Freaky Franz.
Camryn Marquez
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Camryn Marquez Smh. This is pure New York force. These guys spit bars hard enough to punch a hole in your chest over production that channels the spirit of New York’s greatest. This is the best combination of N.W.A., Public Enemy, Throbbing Gristle, and Dipset. Pure heat, pure Queens, pure Harlem, pure fuck-you-up-ism. Favorite track: Birdman feat. Lansky Jones, Jeff Donna, Prince SAMO.

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