In Joe Budden’s latest content series, “Pull Up,” veteran artist manager and marketing strategist Wayne “Wayno” Clark firmly stated that New York rappers don’t have any depth to their music which is why some acts from the Empire State fail to become superstars. His comments definitely caused quite a stir on Twitter with various influencers and Hip-Hop fans chiming in on the discussion.
We have seen a handful of New York artists break within the last few years, and if you’re paying any attention to the movement of raw talent that’s on the come up, you know New York’s music scene is in good hands.
With that being said, we have the official “Wavcapkilla” music video from Orange County, New York-based recording artist, Elijah Bank$y. This release serves as a follow up to his Breeze-directed “Coldest Out” visual. “Wavcapkilla” originally appeared on Elijah’s 8-track, debut body of work, COLDEST DAY IN FEBRUARY SHINES THE AMETHYST ROCK. Elijah Bank$y proves to be a student of the game on the project, showing not only his growth as an MC, but his eclectic music tastes and ability to deliver melodic songs without sacrificing his lyrical prowess.
Partnering with director Local Peeple, Elijah Bank$y hits the snowy streets with his crew as he brings his gritty “Wavcapkilla” single to life. Spitting over production courtesy of Free Otis and Tomás Tomás, Elijah Bank$y lets us know exactly why we should be tuned in on this fan-favorite anthem.
Watch the official music video for “Wavcapkilla” above, and support Elijah Bank$y’s impressive debut EP on iTunes here.
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