As evidenced by the rave reviews that greeted his Sorry for the Delay EP, Jered Sanders has been at the top of his game lately. But, below the surface of his Booth-approved tunes, inner conflict has been bubbling. Real the lead single and title track off the album that will replace scrapped debut set Gorgeous (and a Booth-exclusive world premiere!), marks the Floridian spitter’s decisive break with secular hip-hop in favor of an approach more congruent with his Christian faith. Over some atmospheric synth boardwork by YKS Beats, co-produced by Same Ol’ Thing beatsmith Dre Brown and Sanders himself, the Elementality Productions signee swears off “selfish ambition” and pledges to value “God over everything.” Are you feeling Jered’s new direction? If so, keep your browsers locked for further details on the Real LP, which is currently unscheduled.
Written by richard on 07/8/14
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