When artists attempt the long and arduous solo-grind, following their grooming, signing and introduction into to the world as a member of a group, they are basically starting from scratch. Jody Breeze has been making major headway, and with Watch Me Now, the Boyz in the Hood member is addressing every question, issue and concern that anyone may have had pertaining to his position, over a cold keyboard and chattering kicks by producer Willie “Chuck” Shivers. With a sincere hook that addresses those who have unsuccessfully prayed for his downfall, the ATL rapper/fan-favorite once again proves that whether you like him or not, he is on somebody’s radar. His Highly Anticipated indie project drops in October on his own Young Gunna Records imprint.
Written by Erica L. on 08/12/08
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