Shout out to @quilla1989 & the whole (GHE) crew Come join them at Club Qxt's Dec 19th ! Its gonna be lit! "Performing Live" December 19th "GMGB" @daidough.daidough Club Qxt's 248 Mulberry Street, Downtown Newark, New Jersey 07102
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Media Outlets will be available to all artists. All artist will be videotaped and interviewed.
Doors open at 8 pm we encourage all artists to bring Flyers, business cards, CD's, DVD's, etc... any material you may have to distribute to build your fanbase.
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dicaprio 2 by jid
ever since he captivated almost everyone in the hip-hop community through his freshman cypher on xxl, everyone knew he was up next. I was semi familiar with jid through his album “the never story”. while that album was very good, i think jid was coming for blood and to show that he’s one of the best in the game on dicaprio 2. and I believe he did just that. even though jid is not one of my personally favorites, I do believe he deserves the respect of everyone in the game. ive always looked at him at a mixture of anderson paak and kendrick lamar vocally, with some influence on his writing from the likes of j cole and other lyrical rappers. but the thing that makes jid so special is his flow. it’s unique. he can be one of the fastest rappers in the game at times on this album but at other times really strip down. his closest comparison would be ski mask, but he’s way more lyrical and has the ability to switch up his flow. this is what makes dicaprio 2 great. i honestly enjoyed every single song on this album from start to finish, my favorites being “tiiied” and “strawberries”. the features on this album suit jid perfectly, with the powerful voices of ella mai, 6lack, and bj the chicago kid, along with lyrical rappers like joey bada$$, method man, and j cole. “151 rum” is a hell of a song and “off da zoinkys” really sheds light on the drug issues in america. really dissecting this album I believe that this album is designed in a way for jid to show the game that he’s different. he’s got a different sound, different beliefs, and a different direction. that’s what makes this album great. jid is just such a breath of fresh air in the game because he’s managed to take new age sound and make it lyrical.
what do you all think?