JLC possesses an inconceivable ability to transform visions of pain into exquisite lyrics of Hip-Hop luxury.
Storytelling in rap culture is a lost art, and only a limited percentage of rappers occupy this notorious
skillset. A large volume of rappers has a lyrical and imagination ceiling. JLC rhyme book portfolio
contains an unlimited amount of swag, delivery styles, hood seasoning, and Texas Hip-Hop drip.
The sonic and audio listening experience provides an unpredictable wave of emotions, excitement, and
club banger head nods. The music library of JLC plays like a southern icon compilation album infused
with music influences inspired via SwishaHouse, 8Ball & MJG, Scarface, Slim Thug, Trae TheTruth, and
The latest music release “LOKO” encompasses a sexy and festive nightlife vibe saturated with JLC’s
peerless “Big Boy rap flow. In typical JLC fashion, the initial 30 seconds of “LOKO” builds extreme
anticipation and hypnotizes the eardrums. “LOKO” rap acoustic aura and infectious basslines are tailor-
made for “Box Chevy’s” and Caprices. The digital footprint of JLC’s brand is global, and impact felt on
every block, barbershop, corner store, hair salon, and hood soul food restaurant in Texas. The survival
stakes in Hip-Hop are high in 2020, and JLC is raising the bar in Hip-Hop culture.
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