Troy Ave, Jadakiss & Fabolous Talk Like Bosses Over A Catchy Loop (Audio)

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Troy Ave’s presentation is an extension of the New York City Rap he personally misses. The late ’90s-early 2000s reign returns to Troy’s ambitious records, mirrored greatly in the image, technique, and subject matter of MCs like 50 Cent, Fabolous, and Jadakiss. Having worked with all aforementioned rappers, Fab’ and Jada’ show out on “Do Me No Favors.”

Built around an infectious loop (courtesy of Chase N Chase) in the vein of mid-’90s Beatnuts and Trackmasters compositions, Troy, ‘Kiss, and F-A-B explain why they don’t want any help, ask for no favors, and don’t leave their seat from the bosses table to entertain wack propositions.

Do you prefer this more organic-rooted sound for Brooklyn, New York’s Troy Ave, versus the more club-tinged mid-tempo material?

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