Ever since Jaheil came onto the scene with his first mixtape, TEN, we’ve been fans here at The305.com. And we definitely gone above and beyond to support the Team Jaheil movement. Straight from Kendall with New York influences, Jah really has more potential than most of the artists we’ve run into.
I’ve had a chance to see this new mixtape get created from concept to finished product. And its called I’m Nice, B. The best way to describe the “sound” that you hear on the tape is golden era meets the Jah era. Gritty boom bap beats with dirty snares behind Jah’s confident lyrics and flow.
PRO #1: You gotta checkout the very last track, “Jah”. This is by far one of the best songs Jah has ever recorded. The flow, the hook and the “305” mentions in the bridge all mesh so well. Plus, we get to see the incredible production skills of Hart Gunther. Hart most definitely got next!
PRO #2: If you’re a basketball fan and longtime student of the game, then Track 9 will have you groovin. Muggsy Bogues!
CON #1: I wish they would have included this track called “All My Lovin’ (Come Up City)”, which either didn’t make the cut, or…its being held for a future project.
CON #2: Maybe a couple tracks could’ve been trimmed to not make the tape so long, but we definitely get the vibes Jaheil was going for.
1. N.Y.S.O.M. Part 3
2. Peace God (Prod. by BNS)
3. Twisted (Prod. by Haile)
5. Blood $
6. Holla At Me
7. Hell On Earth
8. Money In The Bank
9. Muggsy Bogues (Prod. by Julian Beatz)
11. It’s Time
12. All Mine
13. So Real
14. I’m Nice B featuring Jackson
15. Roll Call (Prod. by Steven Q-Beatz)
16. JAH (Prod. by Hart Gunther)