Need a lift Rah Swish pulls up and hops out with his brand new single, “Sprinter Van” Under the direction of CEO Worldwide Films, Rah and his gang of shooters mob out of a sprinter van where the Brooklyn rapper checks his oppositions. “If they politicking come see how I am living I be quick … Read moreVideo: Rah Swish “Sprinter Van”
New York, New York! Rah Swish salutes the beautiful women of the Big Apple in his new music video, “New York Girls”. Directed by Nimi Hendrix, the Brooklyn rapper cruises the city that never sleeps and turns up with endless baddies from the boroughs of New York. “My Brooklyn bitch live in the hood, she … Read moreVideo: Rah Swish “New York Girls”
Cheers to the weekend. Rah Swish is pouring up in the video to his new single, “Double Cup”. Basked under colored lights from a remote location, the Brooklyn rapper stacks his cups and unleashes his drill raps over a production by X. “Double Cup” is the follow-up to Rah Swish’s previous single, “Tell Em“.
Crank that! Rah Swish talks the talk on his new single “Tell ‘Em” produced by grammy-nominated duo, Luis Bordeaux & Non Native. In the energetic clip, the Canarsie, Brooklyn utilizes the Soulja Boy-sampled banger and mobs with his crew doing the “Getting Sturdy” dance popularized by Pop Smoke and T Dott Woo.
Welcome to Woo York. Rah Swish is the H.N.I.C. on his brand new album, Mayor Of The Streets. Locked in with 10 tracks, the rising Brooklyn rapper kicks off the set with his “Trending Topics”, brings the “Woo Back“, and holds the city down with “El Otro”, “Shooter Or Not”, “Woo It Again”, and more. … Read moreAlbum: Rah Swish ‘Mayor Of The Streets’
We out’chea. Hot off his Motivated album, Klass Murda comes outside in his new video featuring Rah Swish. Filtered with partial animation and various backdrops, the Rochester and Brooklyn rapper detail their moves in the streets while mobbing with their cliques. Long live Pop Smoke and free Casanova.
The Woo is back. Rah Swish keeps the Woo legacy going strong with his new release. Anchored by Jetz’ drill beat, the Brooklyn rapper reps Pop Smoke brands and flourishes with his gritty raps and his flossy lifestyle.
Clean money. DJ Drewski’s mopping up the game in his new video featuring Rah Swish and Ron Suno. Following a skit inspired by Belly, Drewski’s bagging up money and guns in a backroom with his fellow co-stars. Afterwards, the Hot 97 DJ cruises to the store with an attempt to pawn of the firearms.