RADAMIZ displays gritty 90’s lyricism on new single ‘Fake Gucci’

Pic by Anne Greene

Brooklyn rapper Radamiz just dropped a fierce, new track ‘Fake Gucci’ that once again displays his gritty 90’s lyricism and gift of story telling.

Listen to Fake Gucci


Premiering on BILLBOARD and with previous support from Beats 1’s Ebro, plus having opened for the likes of Kendrick Lamar, Nas, Rakim and most recently Mos Def and Talib Kweli at Brooklyn’s Hip Hop Festival, Radamiz’s music influences of Jay Z, Jadakiss and The Notorious B.I.G. shows, as he pays homage to an iconic era, whilst putting his own stamp on his music for a relevant sound that still resonates with many today

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