The revolution is underway. Under… where?
J.I.D. has a higher pitched voice that is borderline nasally but you can’t deny the talent. It doesn’t matter what form it takes, J.I.D. can rap. As one for the movie quotes, the Spillage Village emcee from Atlanta ties in film references into his boastful lyrics. The ominous production from Christo is slow enough that you can catch every word once J.I.D. kicks it into the fourth gear towards the end of the song. The emcee is unafraid to mix in his personality with bars and we applaud him for that.
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Bryan Hahn wants his revolution to be provided by Hanes. He’s on Twitter (@notupstate).