The auteur behind Jaws, Schindler’s List, the Indiana Jones flicks and countless other classics, Steven Spielberg is a worthy role model for any aspiring artist—even those whose medium of choice isn’t the silver screen. On the latest street single off his next Slave Shift mixtape, Jersey rhymesayer J.Y. channels the heavyweight director, showcasing his cinematic imagination over KB‘s synth production. Feeling it? While the long-delayed Falling Up still has yet to receive a drop date, fans can stay tuned for the latest. In the meantime, its predecessor, Waking Down, is still available for free streaming and download in The DJBooth.
Written by richard on 05/22/12
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"Tell Me What It Is (Remix) ft. Joe Budden & Cory Gunz" (2008)
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