World's Fair
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World's Fair

Jamaica, New York, United States | SELF

Jamaica, New York, United States | SELF
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"Worlds Fair on The Source"

Q-Borough rap collective take us on a tour of the galaxy of Queens for their new "Company Fair" music video. Brook Bobbins is behind the lense while Cody B. Ware and his rhyming comrades break down the flavor of their stomping grounds. I'm diggin this new Queens wave. Be on the lookout for more from these up-and-coming cats.
- The Source

"Worlds Fair on Miss Info"

You might be familiar with the name Crook Robbins around these parts. Well, the photographer takes the directorial chair for World’s Fair debut video, “Company Fair”. Get in tune with the Queens collective that includes COTN, Cody B. Ware, Jeff Donna & Prince SAMO. - Miss Info

"Worlds Fair - Company Fair Video"

World’s Fair, the quickly rising collective from Queens, New York consisting of Children of the Night, Prince SAMO, Cody B. Ware and Jeff Donna, has just released a video to their single “Company Fair.” Set to the classic track “8 Steps to Perfection,” the song showcases each member’s diverse range of styles and skills, evident in both their lyrics and appearance. The video above all shows that World’s Fair is determined to bring back the vibe of classic NYC hip-hop groups, while rapping about modern topics with updated flows keeps the music sounding fresh. Check out the Queens-set video above and stay tuned for more to come from World’s Fair in 2012. - Hypebeast


World's Fair- Company Fair (single)
World's Fair - Suspect (single)



The World’s Fair is a New York-based collective of six multifaceted hip-hop artists reigning from various areas of Queens, NY. Its members comprise of solo artists’ Cody B. Ware, Prince SAMO, and Jeff Donna, along with trio, Children Of The Night (C.O.T.N).
Being childhood friends, their organic relationships are vital in and out of the booth. In addition, their independent careers and diverse backgrounds create a unique balance of individual flare and camaraderie. Predominantly a Hip-Hop collective, World’s Fair successfully integrates essential lyrical ability with raw, yet harmonious rhythm; A combination of nostalgic lyricism with new school flavor, creating a coined, “futuristic boom-bap,” as well as other styles; all the while aiming to staple their presence with the new-wave of artists coming out of New York City.
Infamous for their spirited live shows, the members of World’s Fair value quality in performance. Humorous and energetic, the collective aims to give crowds an unforgettable experience (and sometimes presents) every time they hit the stage. They’ve performed at concerts, showcases and benefit shows at many popular NYC venues in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Long Island, as well as New Jersey, the DMV area, Chicago, and California.
Though comparisons range from the likes of the Native Tongues and Wu-Tang Clan, the World’s Fair is relatable to that of The AVENGERS, a grouping of individual superheroes who’ve been assembled for the protection and betterment of people’s lives. In the case of World’s Fair, they aim to do so for the betterment of music and Hip-Hop culture, using their individual strengths to impact the game forcefully and positively. Four separate entities that come together and bring unity back to New York City.