Pardon J.I. The Prince Of N.Y on his new single produced by Nico Chiara. In the accompanying clip, the Brooklyn rapper justifies his cold hearted ways from family to love while channeling Tony Montana. Say hello to the bad guy.
J.I. pens a heartfelt letter on his new track produced by Byrd and DOC. Over springy pianos, the young Brooklynite laments on a sour relationship while kicking it on the block with his crew as well as the company of his ex in a series of symbolic images featuring a burning statue and a knife.
No pain, more gain. J.I The Prince Of N.Y still living pain-free and now re-ups his track with another one. For his Welcome To GStarr Vol. 1‘s standout collaboration with Lil Durk, the young Brooklyn rising star now adds NAV for the follow-up. The more, the merrier.
No pain, more gain. J.I The Prince Of N.Y re-ups his track for a new remix. For his Welcome To GStarr Vol. 1‘s standout featuring Lil Durk, the young Brooklyn star adds NAV for the follow-up. The more, the merrier.