The Atlanta native shares a new gem from the forthcoming Spillage Village project
East Atlanta native J.I.D. uses his music to balance out the side of of Atlanta that often gets the spotlight these days: the trap. This does not mean that he’s “conscious,” it means his music is rooted in a reality that many can relate to. Now the rapper further cements that reality with the track “Robotics.” With lines like, “I’m ready to die is a lie, I’m tryna live,” it’s clear the rapper is to the left of his peers from the area. This jawn will appear on Spillage Village’s upcoming project, Bears Like This Too Much.