Lansky Jones From World's Fair Flows Effortlessly on New Track 'Charles Oakley's Revenge': Premiere

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John Montoya
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Queens hip-hop collective World’s Fair’s very own Lansky Jones is back with a certified head-bopper "Charles Oakley’s Revenge," and the flow is something vicious.

The Black Noi$e-produced track is dedicated to New York Knicks legend Charles Oakley, following the controversy surrounding his arrest and ejection from Madison Square Garden in February and the subsequent back-and-forth between Oakley and Knicks owner James Dolan, which caught the attention of the New York tabloids.

Opening with a quick snippet of the game during which Oakley was ejected, the Queens native rides the low key beat and flexes his lyrical muscles with heaters like, “I just got kinda harder and smarter / Harder, ask your baby mama / Whatever happens in Nevada / Stays in Nevada," and switches up his flows as the verses carry on.

At the end of March, Billboard premiered fellow World's Fair MC Remy Banks' latest EP, called champ hoody music ep. 1, on which both Lansky and Black Noi$e contributed, among other guests. This track that Billboard premieres today follows Lansky's single from earlier this year called "Eleven Madison Park," which was produced by Moody Beats and featured cuts and scratches from Statik Selektah. Listen to “Charles Oakley’s Revenge” below.


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