The rise of the Internet era has made it harder for us to spot the real from the fake. While there’s nothing wrong with driving with the top down and switching four lanes every so often, those who can’t afford it shouldn’t be living a life they’re not about.
For all of you who know some schemers trying to turn a dollar bill into a Benjamin, you’ll appreciate “High End,” the latest video from Brooklyn’s Westbay, featuring his King’s County borough-mate, Troy Ave. Whereas the Spread Love rapper does his thing in a gully, undisclosed building, the Crown Heights spitter shows us the other side of the good life, with numerous shots within a barbershop. Over some chilling production supplied by tC, both artists manage to call out the fakers while reppin’ BK to the fullest. Westbay’s Spread Love is now available through all major digital retailers, and can be found on Compact Disc, through Fat Beats and UGHH.