Maybe a day late and a dollar short. This kid-friendly police brutality song is one sign of Trinidad's steady mehhhh-ing over two years. Paving his road with good intentions, TJ stumbles into this hot social debate with some pre-cooked, slowed-down, sentimental nothingness. Nonetheless, good intentions. Listen after the jump.
The Brooklyn artists rap over vintage beats from when New York rap mattered to other people and not just them. It's freshened up by Troy Ave, weighed down by Maino. These two are on a very small crusade to make rap regional long after it became democratic and internet-based. It's a strange effort and egocentric but definitely slams the reminder home in 3 plus minutes of East Coast nostalgia. Check the track after the jump.