Serius Jones - You Wrong

Posted 6 years ago
Producer:
Sinatra for Chief Execs
Album:
Serius Bizness 2

If you were a fan of Serius JonesSerius Bizness mixtape, then get ready for round two. With the help of Sinatra (of Chief Execs) on production, and a nice little Luther Ingram sample, Serius gives listeners a sneak peek at the project in the form of single You Wrong. Sinatra, who has worked with everyone from Willie Da Kid to Juelz Santana, provides the track with some late-90’s New York head-bobbin production that can’t help but remind us of the Dipset days. As usual, Serius comes with that laid-back yet assertive flow that makes us really pay attention to what exactly he’s saying, as well as a catchy hook which has potential to become a hustlers’ anthem. Serius Jones looks to be getting real serious with his new mixtape, which is scheduled to drop May 17. Although the path of a battle emcee turned mainstream has given Serius some problems (DTP), if he continues to release tracks like this one he just might get the radio play he deserves.

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