Now typically, I stray away from posting songs about hustling to get flashy things. I mean, we have a lot of sites dedicated to that sort of thing. However, there was something about J’Moris’ “Wanna Ball” that grabbed me. It could be that J’Moris and his features get past the persona of wanting to be flashy and rich, instead opting to let people know the reasons why they want to get money.
From wanting to better their communities to wanting to better the lives of their families, the four artists here deliver more than just what the chorus says. Besides, revolutionary music can come–like dope music–in a lot of forms. I see this one as a revolt against stagnation and settling for less than what one’s really worth. If you’re feeling this one, I recommend checking out J’Moris’ Moris Better project. It’s a bit different than “Wanna Ball,” but has some of those same ideals within it. Check out “Wanna Ball” below and support dope music in all its forms.