Jeopardy J Presents His Story

Life as an artist can be taxing. While it’s not hard to be an artist, it’s hard to become one who’s successful, be it because of circumstances or a lack of people around you. Jeopardy J’s “Jeopardy Story” speaks on some of the disadvantages of being an artist on the come-up (such as people trying to get him hemmed up in negative situations, people changing their colors, etc.). I like the sing-rap flow J gives us here, as he can also hold a note while he’s talking about the men and women who’ve become shifty over the last few years on his path. This track is part of a project, Ghetto Therapy, which released last week. If you like this one, I recommend you check out the EP (it’s got tracks that get down into the mind of the artist) and support dope music in all its forms.

Speed on the Beat

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