2014-09-27T15:12:05-04:00 2014-09-29T16:07:33-04:00

Daye Jack's flow is impeccable in "Easy" (Prod. By Question)

"Is it easy... When it's time to grind..."

Fresh off an innovative project release titled Hello World (which is incredibly fitting), 18-year-old Daye Jack has returned with "Easy". I'd be able to give you a solid review of solely Jack's contribution to the first single off of his forthcoming tape Soul Glitch, but Question's production is too smooth to shy away from. All around, this is a quality drop amidst preparation for another big opportunity.

When Daye Jack first emerged with Hello World, I couldn't help but attempting to create a recipe of other artists to comprehend what I was hearing in my head. Sounds heavy, and rather confusing, but imagine a mix up between Chance the Rapper, Lucki Eck$, the vibes of Skizzy Mars, and the fashion inclination of Tyler, the Creator. Although, that last one is a less of a factor in my musical blender, more of just a unique topping to add some overall appeal.

It makes it easy for me to cook up a qualitative concoction of young musicians when the guy behind the production makes stirring a beat seem, well, "Easy" (shameless plug). There's not much info behind Question, other than his residency in Southern California and flawless ability to form a flexible foundation for the Atlanta emcee Daye.

Have a go, and all my NYC peeps, hope you got see him at the Pigeons & Planes-presented No Ceilings show.

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Hip-Hop · Jazz Hop · Rap


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