J. Goods (not to be confused with West Coast rhymesayer J.Good) may be just starting out in the game, if you give him an opportunity to shine, he’s confident he’ll exceed all expectaitons. On new single and Booth debut Let Me, the Austin spitter showcases his dedication to his craft over a soulful beat by newcomer 20/20. Digging it? Keep it locked for further freshness leading up to the arrival of J. Goods’ Dope Rhymes Filthy Beats tape this summer.
Written by richard on 04/16/12
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