Statik Selektah, Joey Bada$$ & Freddie Gibbs Hit The Park In Style (Video)

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For early What Goes Around single “Carry On,” Statik Selektah set his turntables up in Lower Manhattan’s famed Washington Square Park. There, the ShowOff shows off on a random afternoon, while Joey Bada$$ and Freddie Gibbs (who recently moved to Harlem) plug in, and put on.

The vibe of the video calls back to the 1990s Hip-Hop movement in New York City, as chronicled in the film, Kids, as well as Black Moon’s Enta Da Stage, and various albums and films.

Are NYC transplants like Statik and Gangsta Gibbs helping revive the street-accessible feel of the city’s yesteryear?

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