Jae Skeese Has “Million Dollar Dreams”

Fresh off his collaborative effort with Conway the Machine, Jae Skeese returns with his Abolished Uncertainties project. I didn’t know exactly what to expect, but I knew I’d get a ton of lyrical rap about life and it realities. In a few words, it’s that gritty late-2010s NYC hip-hop over smooth and sometimes minimalistic beats that allow you to focus more on the storytelling, wordplay, etc.

On “Million Dollar Dreams,” Jae tells us a bit about his come-up and how he’s not satisfied with just coming up. I love that sort of ambition. Why settle when there are various ways to continue your growth?

As he notes, DSPs and some other music-related endeavors only pay pennies on the dollar. Therefore, making your million dollar dreams come try completely off them? It’s not exactly realistic. That’s why smart artists have multiple dreams/aspirations/sources of revenue. Liked I mentioned, Jae’s storytelling is great here. That’s because it also details ways that he’s trying to—and will eventually—make his dreams a reality. If you like this one, I recommend checking out its parent project and doing what we do. Support dope music in all its forms, that is.

Speed on the Beat

Whatever you need to know about me, you can find out on speedonthebeat.com. Dad of two, cat dad (of two), mental health advocate, Team Support Dope Music in All Its Forms.

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