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World's Fair Drops the New Track "Uh Huh" and Hits the Road with Two-9

Check out the new track "Uh Huh," which features Prince SAMO and Cody B. Ware. Then catch them on their 15-date Cross Faded tour next month with Atlanta's rowdiest rap collective, Two-9.

by VICE Staff
May 29 2014, 2:51pm

Considering how ill they are, the dudes of the Queens hip-hop collective World's Fair are very down-to-Earth. They show love to all their fans no matter the time or day and break bread with anyone who's cool. The fact that they are so approachable always surprised us, because if we made anything as awesome as Children of the Night's low key classic Queens... Revisited or the collective's collaborative Fool's Gold debut, Bastards of the Party, we'd start talking in the third person, make fans lick-clean our sneakers, and have a dude follow us around with a mirror like Morris Day in Purple Rain

But even though they are nice guys, don't ever try to front on their mic skills. We found this out the other day when we asked World's Fair's Prince SAMO about their new track "Uh Huh." The message he sent back was loud and clear. Speaking to all the would-be MCs out there, he said "We rap better than you—since we were sneaking bottles into Fat Baby or pushing a champagne colored Benz at 18. We've always rapped better than you. We'll rap circles around you rap dummies. We're cash money. We're nice. No matter what. Niggas can't fuck with us... Not on no rapping shit, I can tell you that much." 

So there you have it. World's Fair are some super cool dudes. But when it comes to this music—they'll diarrhea allover you. Check out the new track "Uh Huh," which features Prince SAMO and Cody B. Ware, and catch them on their 15-date Cross Faded tour next month with Atlanta's rowdiest rap collective, Two-9

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