As those who tuned in for the NYC hopeful’s previous features are well aware, Jelani‘s rhyme style is much more than skin deep. On his latest effort, a new promo single not attached to any forthcoming album, the artist continues this trend, spitting bars packed with “hidden meanings like Japanese Architecture.” Durkin mans the mixing board, crafting a soulful chopped-sample backdrop for the emcee’s multifaceted bars. Jelani still has yet to reveal details on a forthcoming project, but fans in the Booth will be the first to know when that changes.
Written by richard on 05/24/11
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