You Down With JPP? Giants Fan Josh Hyman’s Anthem Put To Treach Test
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NEW YORK (WFAN) – By now, you’ve probably heard “You Down With J.P.P.,” Giants fan Josh Hyman’s ode to defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul.
But you haven’t heard it quite like this.
On Friday morning, Hyman’s song was put to the test.
The Treach test.
The lead rapper from Naughty By Nature entered Boomer & Carton’s domain not only to proclaim his Giants fandom, but to rate Hyman’s anthem. Naughty By Nature scored a huge hit with “O.P.P.” in 1991.
Hyman didn’t have an issue with his famous audience. Matter of fact, with the entire studio joining in on the refrain — “YEAH YOU KNOW ME!” — the kid from Rockland County may have delivered his best performance yet.
“He has flow!” exclaimed Treach. “He has flow!”
“For him to be spittin’ like that?” said Treach. “Phenomenal.”
Boomer & Carton wouldn’t let the rapper from East Orange, N.J., leave without a Super Bowl prediction.
“Giants, yo! All the way!” he said. “We’re bringing it home! Watch out, Indy! We’re taking it, we need a parade in New Jersey and New York.”
Naughty By Nature’s new album, “Anthem Inc.,” is in stores now. Throw Treach a follow on Twitter @triggertreach.
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