Below, we have the latest from J. Crum and Gerry Skrillz, “Not Mine.”
What I love about this one is the beat sounds very dramatic and the flows from each artist complement each other. From the bit of auto-tune employed on the first verse and the chorus to the rapid-fire approach of verse two, the song gives us two things. It provides radio-ready sensibilities while giving us a bit of hustler’s ambition wrapped around a can-do attitude. In other words, it’s a solid track that is for the people who have vampires around them. Check out the song above and remember to support dope music in all its forms.
The video for the song has been released; check it out below. I love the visuals and how the interlude of the video pokes fun at record label deals. To be honest, we can probably do a lot better without crappy deals holding artists down. I know that deals can help, but sometimes they can hurt artists more than they’d ever help.