J.Lately x J.Good ft. Grynch - Like a Star

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When coming across an emcee, it is important to contemplate their ceiling—in other words, the highest possible level that they can reach. Your average emcee probably has a pretty low ceiling, but both J.Lately and Grynch has a delivery that is a bit more uptempo, but it boasts a similar cooler-than-the-other-side-of-the-pillow vibe. Like a Star can be found on collaborative album PBN&Js, available for free download or stream right here in The DJBooth.

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