sgcompain This album is fucking incredible. Lyrics are thoughtful, well composed, and Jase's flow is supreme. I'd never heard of Jase until mid-2018. I'm glad that changed.
This album is worth a listen to (and then multiple re-listens). I had a low weekend around the time I first heard it. But upon hearing it, I felt revived. It's solid, poignant, plugged into the struggle that makes hip-hop so real, and you should definitely buy it.
Keep killing it, Jase Harley! Your music saves lives.
Favorite track: AMERICAN PHARAOH.