New Music: Remy Banks - One Twenty Five. (feat. Wiki from RATKING)

New Music: Remy Banks - One Twenty Five. (feat. Wiki from RATKING)

World's Fair rep Remy Banks goes head-to-head with fellow Queens native Wiki, of RATKING.

It makes sense that Remy Banks and RATKING's Wiki would team up for something. Individually, they're putting Queens rap back on the map; reigning over the borough of today in the way that 50 Cent and NAS reigned the borough of yesteryear.

Banks, whose in the World's Fair Collective - a group making rugged, eerie raps - chucked out two new songs today, including the fast-but-smooth One Twenty Five., featuring RATKING’s Wiki on a killer guest verse with RATKING's Sporting Life providing a typically off-kilter beat that fans of the act will know and love.

Banks proves he knows how to get down; the precision with which he delivers his parts of the track should have more than a few watching him more firmly than ever now, and looking forward to Banks' forthcoming project higher, which has purportedly been close to release since around October last year. "It's like doing 75-80 mph on the GCP heading to the Triboro," Remy says of the track, referring a bunch of US roads I've never heard of, but I'm guessing its some kind of wild speed to travel at - indeed, this track certainly breaks a few limits.

Stream the indicud/sativa package from Remy, which also includes G-Unit Freestyle over a funky hustle from Black Noi$e, below. RATKING make their Australian debut at Laneway Festival, at dates across the country, this February. 


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