Chicago's Jeremiah Jae isn't your common garden-variety rapper, as he showed on his extremely blunted mixtape Good Times, released earlier this week. The Flying Lotus-associated MC has a love for dusty, old-school samples the likes of which show up on "Get Mi
For those unfamiliar, Oliver The 2nd is a rising emcee from California's Inland Empire, affiliated with the Black Jungle Squad Cxllective. "Crowded" is a choice cut from his new EP The Kill Off, featuring fellow BLK JNG SQD artist Jeremiah Jae on the assist.
Bump Elephant In The Pressroom, the latest cut from Busdriver which features Jeremiah Jae & Open Mike Eagle on the assist. It dropped on Sunday, October 27th, 2013.
Jeremiah Jae's horizons are broadening with each new release, and Seventy 8 (Prod. By Jonwayne) is no exception. It's a worthy addition to a catalogue that has seen much growth since Jeremiah Jae stepped foot in the rap game.
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