Whoever said left coast hip-hop was stagnant? Up and coming emcees, U.N.I (Y-O & Thurzday) and Fashawn go in on this track that tells a story about hustling drugs. The flow from both U.N.I and Fashawn in this video take me back to the days of early west coast gangster rap, which is ironic being that these guys are anything but "gangster". From the production and the lyricism, to the direction of the video, I found this song to be very ehthralling.
U.N.I - Pulp Fiction: Part 1 (ft. Fashawn)