Joell Ortiz, Nitty Scott MC and Bodega Bamz surprised fans by releasing a collaborative project in August. The trio known as No Panty returns with a music video for "Hola" off the aforementioned release.

The video sees all three rappers hanging out in the streets of New York. This visual is ultimately a showcase for the lyrical prowess of No Panty.

"These rappers frauds, when you see them it's the hugs and fives/Been playing 2k since 2000, now y’all changing lives/Asking how the fuck this Latin rapping like no other/That papi spitting, written, feel it realer, word to mother," Bodega Bamz raps on the opening verse.

Joell Ortiz, the elder statesman of the group, takes control at the halfway point of the record. The Slaugterhouse member proudly declares that he's been carrying New York rap.

"When my city ain't fit in, who brought it back snapping/I put New York on my back, Yankee cap backwards/Always showed up, sho'nuff, I’m the Last Dragon/Stacking cats in bags while y'all was Kat Stacking," Ortiz raps.

Nitty Scott MC closes things out with an entertaining verse, which fits perfectly over the Salaam Remi production. Nitty shouts outs her grandmother before unleashing a few boasts of her own.

"I got the proof that Little Buddha be the truth in this/Ludicrous, smooth, I'm moving which you think it's lube in this/I'm cooler than Cool J, how I'm doing it/Well done, Peter Luger shit, a nigga lucrative," Nitty raps.

If you have not already, make sure to check out No Panty's Westside Highway Story. The entire project can be streamed for free via SoundCloud.

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