5 Encouraging Signs There’s Hope For New York Rap – U.N.I.T.Y.
T is for teamwork
More than any other time in recent memory it seems like Big Apple rappers are getting back to collaborating with each other. Starting with Lloyd Banks and Juelz Santana linking up for the ubiquitous “Beamer, Benz or Bentley,” rappers in New York have shown a sense of unity lost in these parts over the years. The Dipset reunion marked another momentous occasion of NYC harmony. Even 50 Cent, who is notoriously known for being unforgiving in his disputes with fellow rappers has shown his more forgiving side of late.
Jadakiss feat. 50 Cent “Dump It (It’s Like That)”