Brooklyn has been a melting pot of hip-hop talent for years as we've heard countless artists flourish from their BK stomping grounds. There is definitely a sound that's consistent with most New York rap and Gangtivity have got that covered. The trio of Bam Vito, Fleego, and Mitchleading have been working hard on the underground scene for the better part of this decade and they've captured attention from all corners. They keep on working, bringing their signature style to new ears with each release. This week, Gangtivity make their first appearance on HNHH with their new single "Racks."
The group rhymes over a beat reminiscent of one of Turbo's famous guitar loops as the smooth sample forms a rough contrast with the raspiness of their vocals. If this is your first time listening to Gangtivity, what do you think of them?
N***a this real life, this ain't no catfish
Can't do no regular hoe, no, I need a bad b*tch
Nothing ain't regular though, when you got a bag b*tch
My n***as out of control, count it up, count it up