J NICS ft. Aleon Craft - Wired Up

Posted 4 years ago
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S.N.A.S: The Product

It’s finally happened. The time has come to let the world know that the South has something to say and you better listen up because they’re not going to say it slowly. Miami-bred emcee and The DJBooth regular J NICS amps up the anticipation for his new project, S.N.A.S: The Product, with the first single offering Wired Up. A heavy dose of synthesizers and 808s formulate a potent bed for pure southern verses spit by both NICS and ATL rhymer Aleon Craft, the former laying down a typically rapsy and tough 16 while the latter shining some of his trademark solar hip-hop style on a solid guest verse. This trunk rattler is bound to be blasted in the Chevys and Caprices from NC to the panhandle this summer thanks to Atlanta production team SMKA. The full length album S.N.A.S: The Product will be available on April 23, but for now get your down south lean on with Wired Up, cop the first SNAS project, available for free stream and download here, and of course stay tuned to The DJBooth for more.

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