First off, the flow that issues forth on That’s That Girl is amazing. There’s an absolutely timeless lyrical performance that will immediately tattoo the new effort from Madoa Sankara & Sudan 6ix. There’s a whole lot of 1990s NYC rap that can be heard here, but the luxurious beat that plays in the back imbues the effort with a timeless veneer. The bit of echo that is placed on Sankara’s vox towards the end of the track keeps fans firmly on the edges of their seats. Check out the video for That’s That Girl below and let us know what you think about the song.