J. Capri‘s last feature, On Mine, may have found the N.C. repper asserting his underdog status, but don’t get it twisted; as far as the First in Flight State repper is concerned, there’s nobody out there who can get On [His] Level. On the second sinngle off his forthcoming mixtape, a slow-rolling street instrumental by Allrounda sets the mood as Capri and Booth fave Phil Adé explain why this is most definitely gonna be their year. Digging it? More freshness awaits on J. Capri’s BornStars street album, scheduled to drop in September.
Written by richard on 08/12/11
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