J NICS ft. Denzel Curry - Here I Go

Posted about 3 years ago
Tags: J NICS , Indie , Lyrical
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Fresh off lending his flow to Holding on to a Prayer, a late-August single from Webbz, Florida-repping DJBooth fave J NICS steps back into the spotlight with freshly-minted EP single Here I Go. The follow-up to June lead single 24/7, this slow-rolling street banger comes fueled by the moody, guitar-led production of MarkMC9 and Nuri. In addition to NICS’s world-weary, yet determined chronicles of the hustle, this jam packs a guest 16 from Miami wunderkind Denzel Curry. ThreeSixtyFive is scheduled for digital release next Tuesday, September 17. In the meantime, you can still stream Curry’s latest project, Nostalgic 64, for free in The DJBooth.

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