Mack Wilds heads to Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn for "Love in the 90z."
Mack Wilds is NYC to the core. He starred in "The Breaks," VH1's new film on '90s hip-hop in Brooklyn. His recent release "Love in the 90z" made use of the drum loop from Wu-Tang Clan's "Ain't Nuthin To Fuck Wit," which is fitting because Wilds hails from the same Stapleton Projects of Staten Island as Ghostface Killah. Now, for the track's video, Wilds keeps it to the same block in Bed-Stuy where Spike Lee's magnum opus "Do The Right Thing."
Wilds even does the same "sprinkle me" greeting they do in the movie. Pouring up some 1800 with his co-star Crystal Rodriguez and rocking the sideways hat, Wilds is keeping that '90s spirit alive in hip hop.