Crotona P and M Doc Diego come together to release "Family Tree," a fiery new visual that brings the old-school flavor of New York City to the hip-hop scene once again.
With intriguing songwriting and heavy wordplay, Bronx artist Crotona P and upstate New York artist M Doc Diego are deeply known in the NY underground, with a sound that encapsulates that gritty production and smooth lyrical flow that makes old school hip-hop so beautifully distinct. It is no surprise that we watch them come together in the streets of NY as they rap their hearts out. The catchy hook "We ain't all from the same family tree" replays as their clever rhyme schemes uniquely deliver heat with messages of loyalty, code, and the struggle to the top. Their harsh tones make this track extremely appealing as the strength in their voices drip out through the speakers. The funky, alluring beat infiltrated with thumping bass, snappy beats, and boom bap sounds, DBTZ of Manzu Beatz lays the perfect background for the lyrical excellence of the emcees to shine through. Put this track on and enter a time machine, taking you back to OG New York.