JUNGL33 is laid back low with his latest track ‘Get It Now’.

A chill rap track from the Milwaukee, Wisconsin artist JUNGLE33, there’s something that sounds like a vibe from Coolio’s ‘Gangsta Paradise’ in it, as well as a nicely repeated flute piece at the beginning. Accompanied by a video directed by Steven Robinson Photo, ‘Get It Now’ is a reflective track with a deeply personal free flow rhyme style, and drum and base background instrumentation. Nice use of cultural references such as Wakanda, and Whitney.

JUNGL33 describes his style as Acid Rap, and musically it sits somewhere between rap and hip hop. It harks back to 90s rap (see the reference to Coolio above) but with a distinctively modern stamp.

You can find out more about JUNGL33 online on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. ‘Get It Now’ is available to stream on Spotify.



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