New Jersey’s rap scene has been the subject of much national media attention in recent years given the massive success of native son Fetty Wap. This opened the door for a fresh crop of talent to emerge onto the scene. With their own unique sound and style different from their neighbors across the river, the garden state’s artists and personalities have certainly been making their presence felt. One of those artists is Jersey City’s own SIRKING.
Arriving onto the scene a few short years ago, SIRKING, born Solomon Cason, rolled his music out the traditional way with an intense promotional run throughout his home state and later brought his talents to New York, where he was embraced the media who took a liking to his music and were captivated by his life story. Having overcome the prison system and homelessness to later becoming one of the most talked-about artists in his region is no small accomplishment.
Earlier this year, the newcomer released his sophomore effort “Go Crazy.” Musically, the project is a departure from his 2018 EP “Nothing To Lose.” Drifting away from his lyrical street tales and leaning more on his songwriting ability, SIRKING has his eyes set on the Billboard Top 40 charts. Recently, he has released a brand new visual for his bouncy party single “Saturday Night.” Directed by Nimi Hendrix the clip finds SIRKING and friends matching the energy of the track with joyful sensibility. “Go Crazy” is currently available on all streaming platforms and follow SIRKING on Instagram at @sirking.
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