Gotham City Boys Release Visual For Da Inphamus Amadeuz Prod. ‘Times Up’

Gotham City Boys - Times Up

Gotham City Boys drop off the new visual for “Times Up.”

Gotham City Music Group has recently released their debut album, featuring the talented members of Gotham City Boys: Ricky Bats, Smiley The Ghetto Child, Drew Wolf, Rel Lyfe, Jay Lateif, Jail Hitta and Pop Burna. The album has been receiving widespread recognition for its exceptional production quality and the incredible talent of its members.

In particular, the second single off the album, “Times Up,” has been making waves in the Hip-Hop community. Produced by Da Inphamus Amadeuz, the track features Ricky Bats, GCB Hitta, Rel Lyfe, and Pop Burna, who all deliver powerful performances over a hard-hitting traditional New York sound.

“Times Up” is a track that truly showcases the lyrical abilities of the Gotham City Boys. The song has an infectious energy that is sure to get listeners hyped up and moving. The verses are full of clever wordplay and engaging storytelling, all delivered with a sense of urgency and conviction.

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Da Inphamus Amadeuz’s production is also a standout feature of “Times Up.” The beat is built around a driving drum pattern and a menacing bassline, creating a perfect foundation for the rappers to do their thing. The track also features some expertly placed vocal samples that add to the overall vibe of the song.

The music video for “Times Up” is equally impressive. Shot on the streets of New York City, the video perfectly captures the gritty, urban aesthetic that the Gotham City Boys are known for. The visuals are expertly edited and feature some creative camera angles that add an extra layer of excitement to the viewing experience.

“Times Up” is a must-listen for any fan of Hip-Hop, especially those who appreciate the classic New York sound. The track is a testament to the incredible talent of the Gotham City Boys and their ability to create music that is both artistically impressive and commercially viable.

If you’re looking to discover some new hip-hop talent, then be sure to check out the Gotham City Boys’ debut album. With tracks like “Times Up” and a roster of talented artists, it’s clear that this group is poised for big things in the future.

Yoel Molina Law

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