Montreal-based Jamaican-Canadian rapper/singer Jonathan Emile comes through with this heartfelt, reflective single titled “Fairweather (I’ll See You).” The soulful record is ripe with somber keys, ethereal vocal samples, and crunchy drum grooves that form the perfect backdrop for Emile’s profound and insightful lyrics that dwell into broken friendships and the myriad of events of last year leading up to it. Emile sure brings a hindsight perspective as he flips through the events of the Pandemic last year and how it in a weird way exposed many people, showing their true colors in one way or the other, and also looks at the decisions made in other to either stick with the program or move on.

“Fairweather (I’ll See You)” in summary is an overview of the rapper’s profound thoughts and his coping mechanism through the emotional and spiritual turmoil and for the most part, a fair well gift to those friendships that got broken.

Jonathan Emile is a Jamaican-Canadian singer-songwriter, composer, and cancer survivor. In 2011 he garnered attention with the release of his debut EP The Lover/Fighter Document, which was followed in 2015 by the release of the companion LP of the same title, which featured artists Kendrick Lamar, Buckshot, and Murs. Emile has been featured in major online publications such as Pitchfork, Hip Hop DX, Billboard, Fader, and Complex. Additionally, he has shared the stage with rappers Coolio in San Francisco, Nelly in Las Vegas, and Naughty By Nature and Slick Rick in New York. He has also recently collaborated with Grammy-nominated reggae singer Etana and multi-platinum reggae-fusion legend Maxi Priest.

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