The 1996 Knicks, were a team of tough and scrappy players who won with grit and talent. World's Fair may not be using their physical strength in the track but their new single, “96' Knicks” is a scrappy tribute. World's Fair, releases their new single off of their upcoming album, Bastards of The Party and it will be featured on Peter Rosenberg and Ecko Unltd mixtape, New York Renaissance.
World's Fair pays homage to all things New York with this cut of nostalgia. With lyrics mentioning not only the Knickerbockers and the team's famous brawls, but they show their love for rappers, Nas and 50 cent.
World's Fair is a large group of young talented New York rappers, mostly from Queens, including members Children of the Night, Cody B. Ware, and Prince SAMO, just to name a few. “96 Knicks” does a excellent job of putting you in that mid 90's mode with great production from Black Noise and would sound great playing over your boombox during an NBA Jam session, throwing it down with all-star Larry Johnson. The group really blesses us with a stellar track and we only hope to hear more great things he from these guys.