Sunday 10 January 2016
J.D. Nero shouts them out and unmasks himself as he begins to speak about the issues that the group and himself have come to believe in, stand for, and stand against. Although this project touches on many issues that are considered taboo, he also gave us some very bouncy tracks, and some very personal thoughts of his own.
He fell in love with Hip-Hop in 1999 and fell deeper into music as time passed. With a catalog of music, ranging from conscious to activist and party jams, he spreads his message through his music.
He delivers controversial lyrics and smooth flows over a wide range of music from up and coming producers. He’s the self-proclaimed “Lion of the Slums”, featuring on projects from several other New York M.C.s. Looking to spread his music to the masses.
J.D. Nero is constantly evolving. Follow J.D. and his music as he continues to elevate in the industry.
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