If you're making a track called "Welcome 2 Brooklyn," then you'd do well to include the self-proclaimed "king" of the borough on it. That's exactly what M.O.P did for their track of that name, enlisting the self-coronated Maino for a feature on the song.
Believe it or not, there was a time not so long ago when sampled Jay Z lyrics were some of the most prevalent hooks in the game.
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