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Daye Jack’s New Album Proves that Hip Hop is Alive and Well

29 Jun Daye Jack’s New Album Proves that Hip Hop is Alive and Well

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After rolling out of bed to the mundane aroma of Monday morning filling the room, I stumbled upon an exceptional new album. The 19-year old Daye Jack just released his second studio album, Soul Glitch, and it is nothing short of extraordinary. The entire LP has top-tier production value and covers a wide range of emotions throughout. Daye Jack has found a healthy medium between a forward thinking hip-hop style infused with an old-school underground influenced tone. In recent months, I have typically focused my coverage on the electronic scene for Brightside, however, Glitch Soul is simply to incredible to not get some love.

I’ll quit my blabbering about now so you can enjoy the artwork as it was intended. Enjoy streaming the album below. Great job Daye Jack.

Soul Glitch
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