Taking place on one of the hottest days on record this year in New York City’s famed Washington Square Park, the Hypetrak team was fortunate enough to catch up with the Pete Rock to discuss his latest project involving two of Brooklyn’s own, Tek and Steel, collaboratively known as Smif-n-Wessun. The Brooklyn duo were on hand to share with us the back drop on the album and discuss their place in New York City hip-hop and more in our video. Their fifth studio album has garnered high praise from critics and fans all around, and is proving to be one of their most impressive albums toda date.
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