Jah Jr. reaches deep into his roots, and invites us on a journey through his upbringing, paying homage to his hometown of Dublin, GA. With his debut album, "BACK 2 DA DUB," Jah Jr. has truly reached into his artistry bag to deliver us an extremely well put together quality project. This album stays true to the gritty southern experiences lyrically displayed with its production style as well. The singles released earlier this year set the tone of tenacity with the drop of "Front Porch" (this song is a power punch to the face), and "245" which displays Jah's relentless hustle and passion for music that began in his youth selling audio packs (CD's) 2 for the $5 at 2:45pm after school (COME ON Y'ALL). On "478" (produced by @RealCorMill) you can truly feel the South Georgia roots as he, literally, jumps straight off the porch with bars and dirty south production to match. We sit on the porch and listen intently as he invites you to sit for a freestyle session with the fam on "Kings Drive Freestyle" (produced by @YoitzFritz). This album is for his HOMETOWN and his PEOPLE; D-U-B stand up as you truly deserve this one, and thank you Jah Jr. for sharing with us your experiences. I can truly relate and appreciate this music having spent a good bit of my childhood in south Georgia, as well. My favorites from the project are tied between "Say Goodbye To My Soul" ft. @killNory and "1st" ft. @PlayRandy_ and @LordDAndre. Both are ear candy. Congrats on your debut album.
Link: Back 2 Da Dub - Jah Jr.