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No MC represents the fluidity and versatility of UK rap better than Momodou Jallow. While the vivacious “Did You See” cements his position as a captain of London’s Afrobeats scene, he constantly escapes pigeonholing on this magnetic debut. The title track offers sax-topped G-funk, “Leave Me” sets brooding guitar riffs to trap beats, and “Plottin” recalls UK garage’s melodic glory days. Over those sounds, J Hus switches from staccato belligerence and joyful bravado to downbeat reflection without missing a beat—or the chance for a sharp punchline.

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I love his music

This is like lit. I love :"Did You See". He has that AMAZEBALLS accident that makes his rapping lit. Ur the best J Hus.

Biography

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Quoting both the '90s rap group Sporty Thievz and dancehall don Beenie Man on his breakthrough hit "Dem Boy Paigon," U.K. rapper J Hus exploded on the scene in 2015 with a sound that mixed rap, reggae, and the new wave of electronic Afrobeat. Born and raised in the London Borough of Newham, the amateur MC first impressed his friends with his rapping, so much so that two of his mates pushed him into professionalism by offering to become his managers. In 2015, they recorded a handful of demos and uploaded...
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Common Sense, J Hus
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Hip-Hop/Rap, Music
  • Released: Apr 28, 2017
  • Parental Advisory

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