New York rapper Brodie Fresh goes hard on his new ‘Soul Food’ freestyle, peep the video right now.
Though it clocks in at less than 2 minutes, Brodie Fresh’s new video for “Soul Food” packs a serious punch. The freestyle serves as a follow up to his Dave East, Tray Pizzy & Mike Classic-assisted single “New York” that’s taking over tri-state radio. Produced by Triple A, the lightning quick drums pace out Fresh’s aggressive flow and the Dinner Land-directed video reflects the song’s raw nature. Follow Brodie on Soundcloud for more new music from the NY emcee.