Hip-hop has never been as diverse as in recent years. Lots of genre enthusiasts are happy with the new reality, but many are not. Of course, it is good to have variety and something different for everyone. However, it seems like the real American OG rap left its place to a different kind of music, something more hyped and mumbly. The Atlanta-based rapper calling himself JGOTITT comes to prove there is still a place for OG sounding rap in the hip-hop family with his debut track “Dripp.” As a genre lover, all you need to do is just give a try to the track to feel how close to home it hits.
JGOTITT is not someone choosing underground just because it is popular; the artist is a native to the genre; the urban poetic lyricism runs through his veins; the beats are from the streets. “Dripp” is swag, “Dripp” is groovy, “Dripp” spreads edginess, and “Dripp” is deep. The artist’s professionalism, dedication, talent, and background ensure his success, and his collaboration with producer Gregory “D” Blake and his company Hits On Fye leave no doubts JGOTITT will take the rap game by storm in no time.