The Internet Is Gonna Eat This White Rapper Alive….

“Its not every day you encounter an artist as intriguing as Junkee”

Los Angeles County born, Georgia raised. 
Track Junkee has been making an impact with his music 
and “Positive Vibes” movement across the southern and midwestern states.
 A true artist with a unique and fresh sound that is undeniably
 leaving a stamp everywhere his original production and distinct melodies are heard. 
If you fiend for a crisp vibe to compliment your playlist, Junkee definately has the fix!
 
NEW “Rather Not” Music Video
(Released 3/12/16)

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Track Junkee roles solo in this new visual complimenting his self produced single “Rather Not” which he addresses his lack of trust and abundance of adversity in his journey to stardom. The mellow tone sets the vibe in the first verse as Junkee’s lyrics paint a picture of  overwhelming stress and frustration brought on by his lack of loyalty within his circle. 
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Overnight Sensation “Slim Jesus” Speaks

Social media has been in a frenzy over a young rapper by the name of “Slim Jesus” which emerged on the scene at the age of 18. We all know social media is known for digging up the corniest, untalented artists/people and turning them into an overnight sensations with a few clicks on the share button. This time social media surfaced a unique character with an unusual entrance into the industry. We have all witnessed rappers take off in there career, then have something from there not so extravagant past life surface that totally contradicts what is perceived of them from there lyrics. Well this is not the case with 19 year old Slim Jesus. As you can hear and see, in his first official video “Drill Time”, Slim Jesus portrays himself as a street credible rapper with a bit of experience behind a pistol. But what he has to say to the world is the total opposite. Watch These 2 video in order, then leave us a comment. Do you support this perceivably smart young man with a passion for hardcore rap music? Or do you believe he should maintain his own lane? Let us know