Tyson, Cake Man Maine and Wu-Benz and Dirty Harry formed the New York rap collective N.O.V.A. Knuckleheads in 2011 in Flatbush, Brooklyn. The crew started to catch the attention of others with hit tracks like "Origami" and "Basically." The colorful crew released their debut project, Genesis, and it was a truly refreshing take on New York's sound. With inspiration from reggae and dancehall plus their off-kilter brand of hip-hop, N.O.V.A. Knuckleheads are truly unique. N.O.V.A. Knuckleheads (N.O.V.A. stands for Numb Off Various Addictions) are from every part of New York from Queens, the Bronx and Flatbush, Brooklyn.

Most recently they released the video to "Been Lit," which finds the team kicking it all across Brooklyn while rapping about their outfits and why women should chill with them. The energy off the video is electric and the production will get you off your feet. Watch the video below. The collective was recently featured on VICE's documentary on J'ouvert. You can watch that below also.

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