Most of what I’ve heard come out of Upstate New York over the years has been extravagant in taste, vocal delivery, the production presented, and the pen skills. From Rochester’s Lil Eto to Buffalo’s Griselda Records sound, if you want to compete, it is best to operate at a high-frequency like the mentioned. Reminiscent of Wu-Tang’s classic production along, the Syracuse-native artist Realio Sparkzwell tells his story only the way he can. Taking on the role of an Italian mobster, he speaks about his lady, the G code, and more. Check out his video for the infectious sampled Hip-Hop track ‘Bloody Luciano’ below.