Although the song was featured on his Gangland mixtape from September of 2012, it's quite obvious the visuals were released a year later as an "unofficial" response to Kendrick Lamar's "King of New York" claim. Why else would he include this quote in the beginning? Given their history though, this shouldn't come as a surprise.

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  • EdaTruth

    Dont agree with the timing, but lyrically dope.

  • tittyface

    Shyne looks Po

  • PCFC

    I remember getting Burger King crowns...

  • srsbidness

    This should be a fucking RAoF

  • stopit

    Can someone fund a kickstarter to shut Shyne the fuck up forever

  • HiiiLife

    my asshole can rap better than this. I don't give ah... lol!!!!!!!!!!!

  • B

    Stop dis! Cmon shyne spit some knowledge.

  • tomas

    you da best mane ya deed it

  • epod

    this isn't helping NY cause right now

  • Don1

    #realest alive #gangland mob rules

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