Articles Tagged: wordsmiff

Wordsmiff & ReQ Cartier – Rap Rehab [Music Video] (NY)

January 1st, 2015 | By Janei

The duo WordSmiff x ReQ Cartier who brought you “County of the Kings” team up again to give the people a little “Rap Rehab“. The lyrical executioners reigning from Brooklyn, NY are working on a joint project entitled “Brooklyn’s Finest” and here’s your first peek into what you can expect! Directed by J. Stukes; Produced by The Highest Power

ReQ Cartier, Wordsmiff & Frank Ramz – New York, New York (NY)

September 5th, 2014 | By Janei

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The Lyrical Legion of Doom, comprised of Brooklyn emcees ReQ Cartier & Wordsmiff, along with Bronx emcee Frank Ramz come together in a collaborative effort to create yet another audio presentation of New York City.

Now word on whether this track will be featured on any of the three future projects, but you can expect more from them here on AG. Produced by James Moore
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Frank Ramz, Noah Vinson, ReQ Cartier & Wordsmiff – On God (NY)

September 1st, 2014 | By Janei

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With acts such as Bobby Shmurda and Troy Ave making noise in the industry, its safe to say New York is trying to make a comeback on the music scene. A couple of fairly known up & coming artists from NYC are attempting to shake the game right behind Shmurda & Ave. Frank Ramz & Noah Vinson (of The Bronx) team up with ReQ Cartier & Wordsmiff (of Brooklyn) to bring hip-hop lovers “On God“, a track which can only be described as a lyrical roller coaster. “On God” is set to appear on Ramz/Vinson’s “And The Phone Was On Silent” EP along with a possible sighting on ReQ Cartier’s “The Suite Life 2” & Wordsmiff’s “BOE III
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Wordsmiff – County Of The Kings [Music Video] (NY)

July 16th, 2014 | By Janei

Brooklyn emcees, Wordsmiff & ReQ Cartier released their collaborative effort, known as “County Of The Kings” to give the world an idea of their hometown. The two has brought the world a visual to depict the lyrics, in case listeners didn’t get a clear image for the home of hip-hop greats such as Jay Z & The Notorious BIG. Directed by Marc Lyn & Julius Stukes. SIDENOTE: Did ya’ll peep Julius swinging on the handle bars?

Directed by : Marc Lyn @evolutionofamonarch @marclynphotography
Camera 2: Julius Stukes (@FunnyJulius)
Twitter: @ISwearIAintHit & @ReQCartier