October is Italian heritage month. Italian-American, Bronx, NY based Hip hop artist Salese returns to his roots with his song “The Barfather.” On this track he takes it back to the essence of the streets. With “The Barfather” Salese teams up with his frequent collaborator Globetrotta, who’s contribution of a contagious chorus makes this an undeniable street banger. This is exactly what New York sounds like.
The visual for “The Barfather” is fast-paced and cinematic. It is like a mini motion picture. The music video is courtesy of Director Hazardous Heat Salese is a master of ceremony, who drops a no nonsense street narrative over a Nino Flex Production. Salese delivers his unmistakable “boss talk”. The culmination results in an anthem for both the streets and underworld fanfare. “The Barfather” is a musical offering that you can’t refuse.
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