The six-piece New York City hip hop crew World's Fair have quickly made a name for themselves by bringing a new school sensibility to the city's revivalist hip hop scene. And in this episode of our digital series Fuse Follows, we get to see them at work in the studio recording a track for a compilation by the website ILLROOTS.
In addition to showing us their recording process, the group discuss the merits of sports video games versus RPGs, talk about Complex's infamous spat with Wale and how they manage to not let their personalities clash. They also run into the rapper Murs, who invites them to come play this year's Paid Dues festival. Check it in the video above.