Premiere: J-Zone Begs Struggle Rappers To Stick To Their Day Jobs On New Single
With his ninth studio album en route, Queens bomber, J-Zone, is looking to make a declarative statement on the status of the rap game (which should come as no surprise to heads, as his entire career has been devoted to the preservation of hip-hop's integrity.) Today, he relinquishes a sharp assault on struggle rappers du jour with the funky (and snarky) new single "Go Back To Sellin' Weed," begging some guns to stay out of the battle and make room for the talents of tried-and-true emcees. J brings to mind some of the most glaring stereotypes in the underground; unprovoked mixtape solicitation in Times Square, butt-hurt wordsmiths that can't get love from the blogosphere and in turn, pour their hearts out on records that never get heard.
So for all you looking to breakthrough into the weird and wild world of hip-hop, take heed of the OG and at least consider sticking to your day job. Stream J-Zone's new single "Go Back To Sellin' Weed" down below and get ready for Fish-N-Grits, arriving April 1st via Old Maid Entertainment. You won't want to miss it.