With his menacing flow and Max B ties, Nymrod takes us back to the sounds of the early 2000s New York rap scene on “Hell Yeah.” Nymrod is a talented rapper born and bred by the grit of New York. Elements of Jay Z, Dipset and G-Unit come through on this track, gleaming with authenticity. A fresh throwback in every sense, “Hell Yeah’s” production even sounds like some Neptunes production from that era. Lyrically Nymrod keeps it contemporary with references to Birdman’s recent escapades, while also keeping that older-school NYC edge. Give it a listen below.