The BSB crew has risen to prominence in the wake of Troy Ave, a rapper who has time and time again expressed his desire to "bring New York back," so it's only fittingly that crew member King Sevin has just dropped a track entitled "Fuck You Pay Me." A well-known line from the NYC-based mobster film "Goodfellas," the words also form the title of a 1998 Jay Z skit, so without even pressing play on Sevin's new track, you know that NYC connections run deep.
After pressing play, an intriguing string lick and a slightly modernized beat form a palette that's not as classically New York as initially expected, but Sevin and Troy carry on their city's legacy of hip-hop with ill verses.
And we ain't doin' make up nigga
Be at your crib at three in the morning, wake up nigga
On my block, the young boys known to let that iron pop
Bitches run around burnin', hopin' that the condom pop