Let’s start talking about J.I.D, straight out of East Atlanta. This young and talented rapper who broke out on the scene with his “Spillage Village crew”is a breath of fresh air, in comparison to other famous Atlanta rappers such as: Migos, Future and Gucci Mane.
His flow is nothing like the mainstream trap Gods. In reality his art is not trap rap at all. Sounding like a mixture of “Kendrick Lamar“ and “Chance the Rapper“, and with lyrics that could go head to head with either of these industry hardened artists. Is it even a wonder that J Cole signed this young talented poet to his Dreamville label?
“Never had a real dollar to my name bruh”
Shit been lame bruh
I ain’t even in this shit for the fame bruh,
it’s the pain bruh
Most of the niggas I came up with, haven’t came up
And doing the same stuff, but I haven’t came up
This really ain’t nothing, niggas thinking they fucking with JID
Ya’ll got the game fucked up
Tremendously, can’t fuck with the mind of a mental fiend
who dig deep in the depths when he in to deep
I crept on the steps where the demons leap
And yell, well show the Lord what He means to me
Oh my God, don’t be mean to me
We arrived with a bean or three
And it’s not what it seems to be
I can die, I can fly, I can try very easily
Flow: Machine Gun
Overall: 8 out of 10, because I have hopes of even better work to come.