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Hollis Queens, the place that birthed the legendary group Run-D.M.C., has been a place deeply entwined in the fabric of hip hop. Hip hop & Hollis Avenue are two things that the borough of Queens is proud to call their own. However, it’s been a minute since a real legitimate movement has stepped to the forefront to pick up where the legendary Run-D.M.C. left off. Rich Fly Gee$ could potentially be that movement, as they are poised to keep the Hollis Avenue legacy going. The group is comprised of 8 artists, all with different styles and sounds. Their goal is to be the best group in the game and to show why “Queens is the place where stars are born.”

Now with their new visual “Try Me”, the two brothers from the camp – Young Yadi & Yetti Boss – give us a glimpse into the world of Rich Fly Gee$ as this Shatek (Beats on Film) directed video is filmed on the legendary 205th street & Hollis Avenue. Fly whips, bands of cash, and crew love are the backdrops of this visual as the duo asks the question, “why would you ‘Try Me'”?. Checkout their new visual above.


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Comin' at you live from The Source Magazine. Since working able, I've been at both the MTV/Viacom Networks and The Recording Academy's (GRAMMY's) New York Chapter, and worked to serve as a GRAMMY U Campus Representative and GRAMMY 365 blogger. I partook in fellowships at the legendary Masterdisk Studios and industry leading independent talent agency Universal Attractions. I have also worked for The Newsweek/Daily Beast Company. Other trades & side projects include working for EARMILK as a Contributing Writer, co-founding and serving as the VP to the start-up music blog That New Jam, freelancing in the TV/Film/Live Events industries as an Event Coordinator and Production Assistant (featurette's, documentaries, interviews, vignette's, live music performances, corporate functions), and coordinating independent music projects as both a booking agent and producer.

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