Harlem’s Rich Rhymer Recruits Nino Man & Un Kasa For “Tha Anthem”
In the rich history of New York City Hip-Hop, Harlem has always produced skilled lyricist with a flamboyant style that can rival Ric Flair’s. In the last decade alone we’ve seen Hip-Hop super groups Dipset & A$AP MOB form and push the culture of Harlem World to the world.
As we enter a new decade things don’t seem to be changing. Harlem native Rich Rhymer is more Dipset than he is A$AP MOB. He’s Gritty and lyrical all while embodying the swag and energy that is Harlem.
The West Harlem rapper had a big 2019 inking a deal with fellow Harlemnite Dave East’s FTD (From The Dirt) label. Since inking the deal Rhymer has released visuals for “NY Minute” featuring Dave East & “Ya Own City”. Both visuals have a combined 612k views and counting on Youtube.
Keeping his foot on the pedal, Rich Rhymer linked up with Harlem rappers Nino Man & Un Kasa for “Tha Anthem”
In the John Luxe directed visual, Rich, Nino & Un Kasa pay homage to the classic Dipset record “Dipset Anthem” which is actually used as the sample for the track.
“It’s a new year fuck a knock knock guess who’s here? Go uptown to 8th and ask who’s that nigga”. – Rich Rhymer
Check out the video for “Tha Anthem” above.