The New York drill scene is at the center of this week’s newly released music round-up. With releases from J.I. the Prince of N.Y, Sheff G and more.
Hood Life Krisis Vol. 3, J.I. the Prince of N.Y
Brooklyn rapper J.I the Prince of N.Y. has added a third installment to his popular mixtape series Hood Life Krisis. After joining Spotify’s Radar Program over the summer, J.I. started to gain remarkable attention from fans all over the world. It turns out receiving harsh criticism came as a plus to J.I.’s newest mixtape, Hood Life Krisis, Vol. 3. The project features A Boogie wit da Hoodie and the single “Excuse My Pain.”
Proud of Me Now, Sheff G
Defining himself as one of the best artists coming onto the Brooklyn drill scene, rapper Sheff G looks to close out 2020 on a positive note with the release of Proud of Me Now. The project is the beginning of a partnership between RCA Records and the artist’s label Winners Circle. With the project out now, Sheff G wants the listener to know the process of turning into a self-made businessperson and artist.
Ice Cups and Shootouts, Smoove’L
Love Me While I’m Here, Jackboy
Florida rapper Jackboy has picked up where he left off with the release of Love Me While I’m Here, following the release of Living in History this past August. Jackboy looks to showcase his ability to set two different tones on each album. Looking to grow his artistry, Jackboy taps in with acts 42 Dugg, Denzel Curry, Kodak Black, and more on this latest project.