It's been a while since the birthplace of hip-hop produced a sound that changed the genre, but, thanks to rappers including Fivio Foreign, Smoove'L, and Sheff G, NYC could soon be front and center—again.
Less than two weeks before Pop Smoke’s tragic death, he spent a day with Complex as he celebrated the release of ‘Meet the Woo 2.’ This was his final editorial interview.
Earning the spotlight as a trailblazer of the Brooklyn drill movement, Sheff G is focused on continuing to innovate. He hopes to re-write his own story in the process.
Bringing melodic vocals to the Brooklyn drill sound, Smoove’L is focused intently on charting his own path.
With the release of his breakout 2016 single, “Suburban,” 22Gz laid out a blueprint of what Brooklyn drill would become. Now, he’s plotting for global success.