Jimmy Johnson‘s got love for every square inch of his native Toronto, but he’ll always have a special affection for his home turf, the Northside. Fresh off earning reader acclaim for late April’s Sun Goes Down, the Canadian buzzmaker returns to pay tribute to his ‘hood on another freshly-minted promo single. Eric Dingus, a fellow member of the Prime collective, reprises his role behind the boards, layering Eastern-flavored synth riffs over trap percussion as Johnson delivers his Autotuned bars. This record is only a loosie but, if it’s piqued your interest, you can find more fresh tunes on the artist’s recently-released mixtape, In God We Trust.
Written by richard on 05/28/14
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