True Southern flavor is hard to find in Hip-Hop today, but Charleston, South Carolina native Jae Bryant is keeping it alive in a major way.
His September project BLOO won over a sizable crowd, receiving coverage on HipHopDX for the Wondagurl-produced "DEEP." Though Jae is still young and has some room for improvement, BLOO was a strong offering laced with hard bars, great production, and thoughtful content—and, more importantly, a sign of things to come.
Today marks the release of Jae Bryant's latest single, "Dippin'," a nearly four-minute reflection on Jae's year and the path he's taken in life. He addresses his financial troubles and depression, and speaks on how he overcame it all. Of course, there are still some great bars on deck to keep the wordplay fiends satisfied: "These bars so ludicrous, make you hoes Get Back."
All of this comes over smooth, hypnotizing production by London producer K Le Maestro, who creates the perfect backdrop for Jae Bryant's decidedly Southern flavor. This track is perfect if you need motivation to get up off your ass and get to work.
Jae ends the track on a positive note by letting us know exactly who this track is for: "the young kids just like me."
Click here to purchase "Dippin'" or listen on Apple Music.