Bossman JD's a name you should start getting familiar with. The Floridian rapper made his waves this year after remixing several popular hit singles such as Tay-K's "The Race" and Future's "Mask Off." The release of his remixes helped him gain thousands of views on his videos and singles on both YouTube and Soundcloud. He's garnered a significant buzz throughout Florida and is now gearing to dominate past his region. All the moves he's made was in anticipation of his latest mixtape All Worth It 2.5.
Bossman JD serves soulful street music with remnants of older southern music with his own twist to it. His songs are gritty and honest, detailed with the authenticity he carries in his voice. All Worth It 2.5 showcases a new level of growth and maturity that wasn't as evident on All Worth It 2. Over the course of 15 tracks, Bossman JD details the life that he dealt with on the streets. He opens the project up with "Beat Breathe." The production on the project is diverse. While some songs teeter towards more soulful samples, he still has trunk rattlin' trap influenced records on it as well.
All Worth It 2.5 comes eight months after he released All Worth It 2. With the amount of work he's putting it right now, he's definitely looking to take his talents to a bigger scale in the next year. As of right now, he's bubbling up and he's an artist worth taking note of before everybody hops the bandwagon. For those who aren't familiar, All Worth It 2.5 is a great introduction to what he's capable of. It's authentic music from the streets and it doesn't look like he's willing to compromise that. Take a listen to what he has to offer on this project and make sure you keep tabs on what his next move will be.