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Lacrim and BabyGang play it in the style of ‘John Gotti’!

Lacrim and BabyGang play it in the style of ‘John Gotti‘!In 2021, Lacrim unveiled his opus ‘Persona non grata‘. The latest album to date from Lacrim combines the rap that brought him success since the release of ‘Corleone‘ in 2015, with a new flair for storytelling, notably with the trilogy ‘Reda L’Égyptien‘. In his time, Ghostface Killah of the Wu-Tang Clan had initiated narrative albums, especially with his ambitious project ‘36 Seasons‘.

In 2023, Lacrim clearly takes back control. Starting with the freestyle ‘Florent Pagny‘, then releasing his first EP titled ‘Sale époque‘, featuring very contrasting titles like ‘Code Barre‘ that revisits current events. A few days ago, however, he followed up with ‘En attendant Corleone‘, which also includes collaborations with Murda, Ice, El Chapo Jr, Oykie, and BabyGang. An international cast for the rapper who has long since lived outside of France. After revealing the clip of ‘Fugazi, he returns with the visual for ‘John Gotti‘, a masterful clip featuring BabyGang.

Lacrim and BabyGang play it in the style of ‘John Gotti‘!

BabyGang is an Italian rapper of Moroccan origin. The artist is perhaps one of the Italian rappers most influenced by French. At the end of this year, he has lined up collaborations with Maes on ‘Mocro Mafia‘ and with Ashe22 on ‘Caracas. Lacrim and BabyGang have already worked together on ‘Gustavo‘.

In this instrumental production classic to Lacrim, we find Chahid. The beatmaker was already behind the instrumental composition of the first visual from ‘En attendant Corleone unveiled by Lacrim. Piano notes and an enchanting rhythm punctuate this elegant instrumental production.

Lacrim is a rapper with genuine street credibility. He speaks of his experiences without indulging in overly ostentatious egotrips, and with some melancholic phases. He delivers a life lesson that resonates as a warning to those who would take the same path as him. BabyGang, who starts his verse in French, sets the tone for this journey in the world of Lacrim.

Peter Marvu, who also directed the first visual for Lacrim, fully conforms to the spirit of this title, balancing elegance and class. He delivers a masterful visual, blending a ballet dancer and the art he films on the walls.

C.E.O HELL SINKY, author, journalist, documentary

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