Still Representin' (Music Video)

In an age of cookie cutter homogenized rap, Da YoungFellaz, Jay Storm of the South Bronx and Sho-Biz from Crown Heights Brooklyn, bring a breath of fresh air straight from Hip-Hop’s essence. Matching new school wittiness with old school sensibilities, the duo flex their lyrical muscle over HitmakerDot produced “Still Representin”, which lifts its sample from Nas’ “Represent” from his seminal debut “Illmatic”. The track surfaces just in time for the 20th anniversary celebration of the Hip-Hop classic. Da YoungFellaz look forward to unveiling their forthcoming project “The New York Times”, which showcase their interpretations of their favorite 90s cuts with a nextgen appeal.

The New York Times

New York City collective Da YoungFellaz consist of Bronx emcee Jay Storm & Brooklyn native Sho-Biz, both emcees value the true artistry of Hip-Hop and they aren't afraid to embrace it in their rhymes. Today we are blessed with the duos new mixtape, The New York Times, consisting of 13 tracks this a great soundtrack for the summer as both rhyme slayers infuse sounds of new and old to deliver a project with plenty of replay value. Keeping the features to a minimum Da YoungFellaz call on L. Michele, Sal Capone, Crome, DeVo D. & Kami for verses and the production is handled in large part by Bravestarr, HitmakerDot & Andre Keys.