Memphis raised emcee Blu’Jay comes through with some songs from his new full-length project which dives into his myriad of experiences and how they affect him as a whole.

The first cut “My Side” sees him working with Emily Woelke and Khan Kazi and the trio deliver a west coast-infused sound peppered with their Southern-style. The track dives into his journey as an artist in his city and all the ups and downs that come with it. The record has a smooth bounce and catchy chorus as well

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“A cautionary tale” is a reflective and insightful cut that explores the way people can unintentionally lose their integrity for monetary gain. The production here has a punchy and somewhat moody texture which fits Blu’Jay’s melody-laced flow and evocative lyrics that everyone can relate to. Once again, Khan Kazi joins him on the cut and gives his own 2 cents on the topic at hand.

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“Anticipation” is the last cut we got here and it’s actually one of  Blu’Jay’s older recordings which just got to see the light of day. The track has a punchy boombap-esque vibe and sees him in bravado mode from start to finish. He is joined on the track by vocalist Nadia Holt who helps out with background vocals.

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