Jamar Carr returns to form on his latest record titled "Frenemies". The title is pretty obvious so we don't need to go in-depth or break it down. The Queens, NY raised act teams up with fellow emcee Baz 730 on the joint. Employing the use of a reflective, somewhat upbeat backdrop, the emcees speak frankly on turncoat friends and snitches alike. The topic may be overused but the execution here is incisive and passionate. As per usual Jamar helms the track as he kicks off with a not so subtle outlook "...I was always hated on, some direct, some was not/I've been caught slipping but you never see me call the cops/Ironic how the closest ones always seem to turn to ops/ Nigga you a Frenemy, you never was a friend of me..." while Baz 730 brings his own personal insight to the topic.
Politically Incorrect: Wealth In The Ghetto is the debut mixtape/album from the Queens emcee. Jamar dives into his personal life, struggles of black America, as well as the current political landscape. Politically Incorrect: Wealth In The Ghetto is available for you to check out here.