Jefe Replay Higher

PREMIERE: Jefe Replay “Higher”

Jefe Replay’s career blossomed through tragedy. When his childhood friend Soey passed away in 2009, Replay saw the art of rhyming as a way of healing, and the only proper way to honor his lost friend. Over the past few years, his skills have developed, and it seems his time to shine is near. The 22-year-old Boston native—Roxbury to be exact—is gearing up to drop a project before the summer hits, plus some special merch for his eager fans. “Higher” is the latest track from Replay, and describes his current experiences dealing with labels and fame. He displays loads of confidence about his current and future endeavors; equally a man of interest and a certified threat.

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