J.Nolan - Getting It In

Posted 2 years ago
Producer:
Bounce Brothas

Settle down, kids… I’m sure a few chuckles and snickers were stifled after you read the title of J.Nolan‘s latest feature. Sure, the song is called Getting It In, but if you are expecting some raunchy, X-rated cut, you will be disappointed. Getting It In is a surprisingly intelligent cut featuring a smooth, chiming beat from Bounce Brothas. Atop the intrumental, J. Nolan exhibits an engaging flow, but he really shines when you listen closely to the song’s lyrics. Nolan takes a critical perspective on adult entertainment, reflecting on the ways in which it affects our thoughts and actions. This record is a promo single and not part of anything bigger, but fans can hear more from J. Nolan on July’s Distinction LP, available for free streaming and download in The DJBooth.

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