A few minutes ago we premiered the solo mixtape from Jace, Jace Tape. It's admittedly hard to keep up with all the members of Atlanta's Mike WiLL Made It-approved Two-9 crew, let alone identifying each of the individual member's sound. This tape will help you do just that for Jace. He keeps a strong arsenal of producers on deck for this mixtape, including Ducko McFli, FKi, Don Cannon and SykSense. The entire project was executive produced by Childish Major, and while an Atlanta influence is present, the project itself doesn't conform to any particular "ATL trend." It's pretty unique then, creating a space where trap meets ultra modern boom bap.
The tape is basically highlight-after-highlight, but we're bringing more attention to Ducko McFli-produced "Like Read," featuring a chorus of Jeremih's smooth "yeah"'s. McFli's production is an assortment of metallic clanging, grounded by drum patterns.
Cop the full mixtape here.
I don't want no issues just my folks straight
Sip it like its OJ, no chase
Not a quarter half, need the whole thing
My white girl in here blowing like she Coltrane
Smoking on that propane