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Elz Jenkins Is The Future Of Southern Hip-Hop

Elz Jenkins is unquestionably next up; the NYC-to-Georgia rapper has been conveying irresistible tunes and visuals for the past couple of years, and possesses his own unique brand of Hip-Hop that his fans appreciate. 

His latest body of work is last year’s Dealer’s Day Off, which sees 13 dope tunes, alongside visuals for tracks like “Yours” and “In My Sleep.” The project also sees additional assistance from stars-in-their-own-right Jarren Benton (formerly of Funk Volume), Money Makin Nique, Don Hill, Klapp, Oba Rowland, and Cooladda. More recently, Elz Jenkins also released a Quentin Tarantino-esque clip for “DDFB” (“Do Drugs, F*** B***hes”), as well as the collaborative cut “Jiu Jitsu,” which sees additional assistance from Benton and Reese LaFlare. Nothing but heat, simply put.

Take a gander at Elz Jenkins’ Dealer’s Day Off on your preferred streaming platform, and look out for more from the Black Equity artist come 2020.

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