There's no doubting Remy Banks' Queens credentials.  His free mini-EP, Indica/Sativa, premiered by The Fader, opens with "G-Unit Freestyle." Banks raps that he "came a long way from eating pork and beans/Out in Corona, wining and dining with my queen." Even his crew, World's Fair, is named for the 1964 event that left Flushing's signature Unisphere in place. "G-Unit Freestyle" is coke-white Lexus rap from the QB rapper, a fresh face amidst a lot of dross from NYC.

Indica/Sativa features production from Black Noi$e and Sporting Life, as well as a guest verse from Ratking's Wiki on "One Twenty Five." Banks' album higher. is forthcoming, though no release date has been announced. 

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