Dear Nas official mixtape release from Jerrel (Flyah Review)


Dear Nas in our opinion is a deep interesting project.  Its starts off on a different vibe with the track RNL, that features a baby crying as a father tells him everything will be ok.  This song puts you in the state of mind of a young man who knows he has to do any and everything to make a better life for a child living in the ghetto.  This song reminds us of a time when street music was more introspective.  His flow reminds me of 2 pac, T.I and J cole mixed to make a style like no other.  Another great track on this project is Kobe Gone.  Jerrel and Lil Malik hits the trap anthem gunning for the throne with a dope metaphor using Kobe Bryants jersey number 24.  The song is on the level of major trap artist Rocko, and Gucci but his voice and style is something different for the trap scene.  Also on the song ''Party'' he kind of has a Chuck Inglish or Boldy James feel.  The beat and flow has a great bounce and he kills it when he mentions his Jordan number 1's.  If you ask me the only downside of this project is some of the tracks could of had better mixing but you cant complain because he decided to make such a dope project a free mixtape.  If I had to rate this project on a scale of 1-10 this definitely a 8 on my scale.


“Dear Nas” is the first official mixtape release from Jerrel. From Greensboro, NC he paints us a picture of what it’s like to grow up in his shoes. From discussing his child “Nas”.. His siblings… His parents… He vividly touches each aspect of his own well being. While it may sound vulnerable of someone to speak so naturally about what goes on in there own life.. He uses it to his advantage. Showing you what you go through makes you who you are & most importantly what your meant to be. Kobe Gone features “Lil Malik” the centerpiece to 24k along with Dj Beazy in the “New Carolina” movement. Dj Beazy also hosted “Dear Nas” on spinrilla.com. “Kobe Gone” was released a month or so before the tape dropped and brought in great numbers on soundcloud. This ultimately built the anticipation for “Dear Nas”. Since then Jerrel has done a couple shows & the anticipation for more is building. A recent audience member stated “as far as Greensboro goes I know, but possibly all of NC…behind “Cole” for now….he is lyrically unmatched”. Are they wrong? Let us know… Go Download “Dear Nas” give it a listen & you be the judge.

Spinrilla Link: https://www.spinrilla.com/mixtapes/dj-b-eazy-jerrell-moore-dear-nas Twitter: @jerrelmoore Instagram: @thejerrelmoore Soundcld Link: https://www.soundcloud.com/dream_work Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/jerrel.moore

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