New York, NY – The New York City subway system is a marvel in its own right, and people can’t go a day without seeing something out of the ordinary on the train. Commuters taking the subway on Tuesday (April 19) did not expect to appear in a music video, but that happened on the 4 train when Rowdy Rebel tapped several NYC rappers to join him for a music video shoot.

In footage shared on social media, Rowdy Rebel took over the 161 Street-Yankee Stadium Station in The Bronx for an upcoming single. The clips show him roaming the street right outside of Yankee Stadium alongside A Boogie wit Da Hoodie, Don Q and Fetty Luciano, before taking the action into the train station where they met up with Fat Joe, Jadakiss, Fabolous and newcomer B-Lovee.

The entire group then boarded the 4 train to continue filming the music video.

It was a full-circle moment for the New York rappers, especially when the conductor held the train for them to shoot their video — something that rarely happens in the Big Apple, as A Boogie pointed out in his video.

“They said they going to hold the train for us,” he said with a smile on his face. “That’s tough. They never do that. They ain’t never do that on the way to school.”

 

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According to Rowdy Rebel’s Instagram post, the video should be arriving fairly soon, a sign that new music is on the way from the “Computers” rapper.

“Welcome to New York.. Last night it wasn’t the 4 train it was the legendary money train,” Rowdy wrote in his caption. “S/O my bros @myfabolouslife @jadakiss @aboogievsartist @donqhbtl @blovee.1 @fatjoe for coming through and making this one epic .. STAY TUNED. S/O my video team @g_trainproductions for capturing these moments.”

 

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Earlier this month, Rowdy Rebel spoke about another NYC rapper who doesn’t get as much love as those featured in his music video shoot. During a visit to DJ Akademiks’ Off The Record podcast, he explained how he knew 6ix9ine would end up being a rat.

Rowdy Rebel Explains How He Knew 6ix9ine Would ‘Rat'

“That pussy had a great run, son,” he said with a smile. “Once I seen it, I knew that’s how it was gonna play out. I’m a gangsta. When he got wrapped up, I knew he was [done]. I’ve seen the toughest n-ggas fall under pressure in that room. [6ix9ine] wasn’t even half as tough. He was never outside, there’s no morals or principles.”