Shareiff Worrell Brings Hip-Hop Back On "Broad Street"

July 27, 2018

New York rap at it's finest, "Broad Street", the latest full 11-track project by Shareiff Worrell hits listeners with some fire. Reminiscent of the 90's, a little Nas and the underground NYC, the rapper takes us on an emotional rollercoaster. Lyrics about the streets of the city, affairs and lusting women as well personal triumphs and tribulations, it's been a long time since rap had a sense of storytelling. Shareiff did an amazing job at letting us into his mind and thought processes. The rapper is a fighter and a thinker, a skill he picked up from being a Brooklyn Native and city slicker. His pen game and sound selection is nothing less than ill. Tracks like "U" and "Left, Right, Left" show the versatility in sound that the artist possesses. His raw, unfiltered rap voice takes us back to when music was just real rhymes and originality.

 

 

Stream "Broad Street" here.

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