Similar to last week’s Black Friday, this Friday is shaping up to be another monster day filled with plenty of fire new music dropping, with albums from Rick Ross, Kid Cudi, Currensy, Twista, and even Jeremih. But joining in on the release party are a couple Dreamville artists in Bas & J.Cole, who may have the hottest track of them all with this smooth new collab titled “Night Job.”
Over the Cedric Brown & KQuick-produced beat, which samples both Jeremih & Shlohmo, Bas & J.Cole trade bars about their grave yard shifts, rapping about the work they put in at night in the studio and on the entire industry. Cole aggressively spits “Fuck an album release party, I'm not in the streets shorty/ How many rappers I kill? Count it, at least 40,” before flexin’ even harder on the competition & industry.
Look for the track to see life Bas' upcoming album Too High To Riot, which he just announced is finished. Take a listen to the first offering and let us know what you think. Shits fire aint it?
I'm on my night job and I'm back up in position
Earnhardt, I'ma catch some nigga slippin'
Burn hard on a track and get to wippin'
I'm on my night job, why is it always blacks that get detention?