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Buzzing Brooklyn Rapper 26AR Releases New Street Anthem, “I’m The Sh*t”

Fresh off the release of his fiery “Blackin’” remix feat. ABG Neal, Crown Heights (Brooklyn) newcomer 26AR has returned with his braggadocios new street anthem, “I’m The Sh*t”. AR delivers a slew of energetic bars over drill-infused production, courtesy of YoEliWTF. He set social media ablaze when he previewed the song on Instagram; causing fans to immediately disperse of their Ksubi denim jeans in favor of AR’s preferred Amiri denim jeans.

26AR shows no signs of slowing down as his highly anticipated debut project titled, Drench Em, is slated for release the day after Christmas, 12/26. He recently spoke with Power 105.1FM’s “On The Radar” where he talks learning about Brooklyn drill music behind bars, his upcoming project and, how he’s released about 20 singles in 2020 alone (not bad for a newcomer).

If there’s any indication on a new King of NY Drill being crowned, all roads lead to 26AR.

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