“Walter White” (listen/download)
J. Spoolz is a rapper doing his thing who was originally born in Pittsburgh, PA but is now residing in Los Angeles, CA. He has been a part of the Hip-Hop community for ten plus years, spreading his name and tunes via whatever avenues possible such as music conferences. His networking skills and talent gained him attention from popular DJs as well as artists and it wasn’t long before he was moving beyond the boundaries of his hometown. He has a couple of full length projects under his belt which include features from standout names like: Stat Quo, Wiz Khalifa, etc. Additionally, he has graced the stage with some big time talent too. Amongst said talent is: Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, Bun B, and more. His end game is to successfully continue representing the city of steel to the fullest. At the moment, he is pushing a track dubbed “Walter White” (Salute to all of the Breaking Bad fans out there).
The production here was handled by Get Cool. It turned out to be of a premium nature. The hardcore bass, dramatic musical details, aggressive pace, and no-nonsense vibe fit together like a puzzle. The hook is adequate. The delivery is intense and the lyrics are suitable. The verses are satisfactory. J. Spoolz contributes an one of a kind flow, charged wordplay, and sufficient rhymes. He conveys the persona of an individual with raw determination to be triumphant in their endeavors. Check it as he spits: “Should’ve been quit. Boy I ain’t sane. But I spit that s–t where you feel my pain. Nothing but hate. Nothing but struggle. Chasing my dream been nothing trouble. Living this life with the vision to bubble. So if you doubting or hating, it’s f–k you! Put my heart and my life in this rap s–t. So when I break it down it’s a classic. Step in that ring get yo a** whipped. Verbal assault on you bastards.” Those are some canny bars right there. Overall, this single is a smash.
**My Two Cents: J. Spoolz made a nice first impression. He has a very noticeable style about him and his pen game is kind of sharp too. The record was likable. The title was creative, the content was engaging, and the beat was fire. I definitely want to hear more from him in the future. For now be sure to hit up the provided link and follow him on Twitter. -MinM