Kool G Rap Flaunts His Signature Imagery & Wordplay In Another Key Feature (Video)

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Kool G Rap is a master of taking a feature opportunity, and prying the track open. Throughout his career, on tracks by Mobb Deep, Akinyele, and The X-Ecutioners, the Corona, Queens MC is never afraid to assert his skills at the top of the bill. At the same time, from Papoose, to M.O.P., to Saigon, G Rap also knows how to make  a new artist look good.

“Humina, Humina” is the latest video single from B.A.R.S. Murre. The Central New Jersey MC recently released Black Tanita. The LP features G Rap and his onetime Juice Crew affiliate Tragedy Khadafi, as well as M.O.P.’s Lil Fame and Kool Keith. In the latest vid, Keith even makes a cameo, as B.A.R.S. and G Rap both drop mafioso bars about don-living and men of respect. Halfway into the song, the heralded lyricist comes in with a throaty, authoritative guest shot that sketches out some signature compound rhymes.

Heads may recognize the song’s title as a Jackie Gleason riff, popularized in Hip-Hop by Greg Nice on “DWYCK.”

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