Here’s “The 757”, a new single from Virginia rapper J.R.Clark. It’s characterized by a lovely blend of melodic rap and boombap hip-hop, with hard-hitting lyricism to boot.
Featuring Budda, it’s the first third track on the artist’s 11-track, upcoming album, When Muzik Was Good (due January 15). J.R.Clark paired it with a nice black-and-white visuals directed by Tommy Trill. The clip captures the gritty streets of Tidewater region of Virginia.
J.R.’s full names is Jerry Clark Juneau. He started out as a studio engineer. Connect with him on Instagram.
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