Previously glimpsed sharing the spotlight with Ali Vegas and AC on The Musical, J.A.E. returns to make his Booth debut as a headliner with album inclusion 2000. Here, Big Jerm‘s swanky sample work sets the mood as the Brooklyn/Charlotte dual repper trades verses with Bronx spitter and freestyle series alumnus The Kid Daytona. Fans can find 2000 and much more on J.A.E.‘s Fruition LP, scheduled for digital release June 19.
Written by richard on 05/30/12
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