Gearing up for his forthcoming New York Gritty street album, Haddy Racks is back with another visual paying tribute to the birth place of hip-hop. The Bronx native reaches out to each borough of New York City this time for a solid freestyle and vlog series setting things off in Manhattan, paying homage to Harlem.
In his first self-directed visual, Haddy teams with emerging lyricist Co Ice for a rousing freestyle to Cam’ron’s classic “That’s Me“, which will appear on Racks’ upcoming Live From The 718 mixtape, a prelude to New York Gritty.
Racks also takes us on a visit to the memorial mural for Harlem legend Huddy 6, speaking on the influence that the area’s music and culture have had on his career and the New York Gritty project, which is slated for release on March 9.
Make sure you peep the visual at the top of the post and keep your eyes and ears to the streets. Haddy Racks continues to faithfully drop heaters and we look forward to what’s coming this year.
New York Gritty: Harlem vlog on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XKuBUIS0eaE