Thursday, May 30, 2019

Detroit native J.Jackson releases new track

Posted By on Thu, May 30, 2019 at 4:08 PM

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Detroit native J.Jackson is back with a banger.

“Chandelier” is a lyrical head-nodder over a trap beat. The first half of the hook goes, “We grind hard for a hundred years/ Till the crib has marble floors with the chandeliers/ 24/7 365 blood, sweat, and tears/ Valley of death, no evil I fear/ Its real in the field/ Either kill or be killed.”

“Chandeliers” was produced by Josh Lamont and is a part of Jackson's Eastside Story series. The song also features Detroit All-Stars Boldy James (who’s signed to Nas Mass Appeal Records) and Papertrail Ski.

Listen to the full track here.

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