J. Monday’s ‘The Sequel’

A life of crime and poverty forced J. Monday to grow up quickly. Fortunately, the Harrisburg-based rapper chose rap music as his outlet. And Monday doesn’t waste time conveying his troubled past on his new mixtape The Sequel. “I came from nothin’ at all,” he confesses at the beginning of the first song titled “Intro.” But the street narratives don’t end there.

Monday rides the beats well on tracks including “Flying Rounds,” a song with  a trunk-rattling beat produced by the Amazns. Monday also goes in on “Love/Hate.” “Love Hate” borrows the classic beat from Lupe Fiasco’s “Dumb It Down.” Click here to download the mixtape.

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