A.) Lyricism & Delivery
"I free write a lot, and life itself inspires me - just living."
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Although Jetpack doesn't allow himself to be restricted by his hometown, his lyricism and delivery is reflective of the southern California environment he grew up in, that beach life. Both his lyrics and flow are focused and levelheaded, and he always seems comfortable on the instrumentals he chooses, whether rapping or singing. Also, he doesn't use an excessive amount of obscenities on the mic, although he's certainly no Will Smith. You'll hear occasional N and F bombs, but not much else, which is refreshing given how commonplace swearing is in popular rap music.
He names Sade as his primary musical influence, and draws further inspiration from '90s Hip Hop, including but not limited to The Pharcyde, Nas, Tupac, Naughty By Nature, A Tribe Called Quest and Grand Puba. As for contemporary artists, he looks up to Blu and aspires to collaborate with him in the future.
If you're looking for an alternative to the hype, lyrically speaking, Jetpack is a safe bet.