Back in May, I told y’all to Remember the name Jadin Shropshire. I hate to write that I told you so (well, no, I don’t), but the emcee has returned with another convincing reason to keep him on your radar. On YoungState, the New York native gives listeners quite a colorful and creative lyrical performance with a deep-voiced, yet finessed flow that jives perfectly with the track’s audible ambiance. Speaking of the smooth, horn-powered beat, feel free to praise Jadin who, with some help from co-producer Act Won, showcases his skills beyond the mic. Joining Shropshire on the scrumptious song is M Wettah, who makes quite the splash by juxtaposing the beat with a raspy, yet agile vocal performance. YoungState is not attached to anything larger, but, as always, keep it locked to The DJBooth for more.
Written by Lucas G. on 08/11/13
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