World's Fair, the wild and bombastic rap collective hailing from Queens, New York, return with a brand new cut to keep your head nodding. "Uh Huh" only receives microphone treatment from two of the six emcees in the collective, however, both Prince Samo and Cody B. Ware lace the track with more than enough lyrical goodness to fully satisfy your hunger for great rhymes. Combining their verses with some smooth production, creates a easygoing journey through wordplay wonderland, whose only road signs announce the rapidly approaching braggadocio galore, hater denunciations, and crazy exploits.
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Cody B. Ware sets an incredible example on this record; bringing an ample amount of energy to each line and enunciating every word with a significant emphasis. He want emcees out there to know that World's Fair has this rapping thing down to a science, and their results always come out the best.
Ware shines, but Samo also hold his own, albeit with a different tone. Instead of coming off as combative, he falls into to the beat and let's its dictate his flow. The production has a interesting Neo-New York vibe to it, which Samo picks up on and makes his own. He still retains the animosity, but calmly and methodically address everything in his verse.
World's Fair are gearing up to go on tour with the equally wild Atlanta collective, Two-9. The Cross Faded tour kicks off this Sunday, so make sure you see when they are coming to your town. This song is definitely a good representation of what their music sounds like, but you should pick up a copy of World's Fairs debut, Bastards of the Party.