Joseph Witty Presents His ‘Good Day Witty’ EP

I don’t really have much to say about Joseph Witty’s latest EP. That is, except “damn, this joint is fire and features five songs of emotionally-investable hip-hop that speaks to the ears as well as the soul.” That’s it, that’s the post. If you want me to say more, I’ll give you my favorite song off the project. That honor goes to “What It Means,” which features NewLanta CAP and has a simple-yet-effective flip of Labi Siffre’s “My Song” (sampled famously on Kanye’s Graduation classic “I Wonder”).

The sample lets Witty and CAP just speak their minds about the game, the processes indie artists go through, life as a Black man in a systemically racist society and so on. And here’s the even better part: it does so without sounding elitist in its bars. Heck, it does so while keeping the positivity going, instead of dwelling on all the eff-ups in life. I think that positivity, which is shown here and throughout the EP, is what separates it from other projects that I’ve come across in recent days. Check out the project proper above and support dope music in all its forms.

Speed on the Beat

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