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Hus Kingpin ft. Roc Marciano & Smoovth – Strive

Off Hus Kingpin’s The Cognac Tape, which drops on Mello Music Group on September 17th. Pre-order here or here.

Previously: Hus Kingpin ft. Roc Marciano – Boss Material


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15 Responses to “Hus Kingpin ft. Roc Marciano & Smoovth – Strive”

  1. cOLD Says:

    case and point… when you see or hear these hipsters talmbout retro this retro that. That’s essentialy NY 80′s style. Say Im wrong.

    The cazelles with the lens missing, the jordans, the gaudy rope chains, the 2-4 finger rings etc.

  2. Gob Bluth Says:

    Im not even gonna talk about the fashion

    everytime you rock a polo piece, air force, timbs adidas, even reeboks you know where you got it from

  3. TS-LTE Says:

    Bottom line,

    NY shit started and ended in NY. Is it no coincidence that the capital of big business took a style/brand national? Hmm…

    But, as SOON as other regions popped up on the radar, that shit got abandoned and other segments of hip hop culture were adopted.

    Everybody is responsible as of late to keep the brand hot. Everyone except the region that sponsored it.

    Where is Fila now? AF-1′s? All that over glorified nigganess that NY branded? Gimmie a time machine so I can find it.

    Claiming New York attributions these day is like repping for SN’s that’s no longer here to read the comment (<— see what I did there).

  4. Gob Bluth Says:

    All those songs i mentioned follow the same basic theme, a theme that started in NY

    what’s the difference between uoeno & oh boy ??

    the content maybe but the theme is the same

  5. TS-LTE Says:

    Riddle me this:

    What fashion is trending heavy right now that New York can stand behind?

    Martial Law?
    Gentrification?

  6. TS-LTE Says:

    Wait wait wait, I got IT!

    Blogging.

  7. hood trill stunting aka trap day man Says:

    lol

  8. cOLD Says:

    Say word though. When Southern niggas were finding there own identities, during and before that transitions… every other nigga in a video had on a pair of Paco Jeans with big ass logo taking up the pant leg and a Souf pole shirt and matching Air forces.

  9. Gob Bluth Says:

    From what i see Chicago could use a little martial law

  10. TS-LTE Says:

    Gob Bluth
    0 mins ago
    From what i see Chicago could use a little martial law

    ^

    True, but let’s not get off the topic.

    New York has rendered absolutely nothing as of late to expand the brand of hip hop. You gave us them As Soon As Possible Rocky niggas who sound like another demographic altogether.

  11. cOLD Says:

    From what i see Chicago could use a little martial law

    ^ shots fired! … see what, ah nvrmnd

  12. hood trill stunting aka trap day man Says:

    nyc niggas stay holding on to a culture/history they know that these young listeners/consumers don’t give a damn enough to research.

    so they drop their hip hop started two cents on others who do but are opinionated.

    why y’all get so offended with ya defensive ass?

  13. cOLD Says:

    Evelyn lozada… that’s one bad broad.

  14. A-1 Says:

    COLD
    4 mins ago
    Say word though. When Southern niggas were finding there own identities, during and before that transitions… every other nigga in a video had on a pair of Paco Jeans with big ass logo taking up the pant leg and a Souf pole shirt and matching Air forces.
    ———
    Nah but ween een talkn bout Jersey doe so simmer down

  15. cOLD Says:

    Nah but ween een talkn bout Jersey doe so simmer down

    ^ I lived in BK before Jerz…so I can rep both. But as far as Jersey is concered… we brought a few things to the culture. Naughty was dressing like an LA nigga, but the grimey niggas from the bricks introduced 40 bellows Nautica snorkles and mad white T’s fashionable.

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