Que Global Entertainment
Being his first project since 2018, New York’s own Lil Haiti has released this 5-track project that is guaranteed to turn heads whenever you turn the volume up. Before the project dropped, he had already gained a lot of attention with the second track on the EP, “Where The Cap At,” featuring another New York artist Flipp Dinero. In this track, we are introduced to the playful yet “about business” passionate tone that Lil Haiti sets throughout this EP. Both artists rap witty wordplay, particularly about how quick they will make money if they lose it. The sharp rhyme schemes that they use while delivering this message is guaranteed to leave you impressed. Lil Haiti definitely stresses the importance of lyricism throughout every single track as he spits intelligent bars. Closing the EP out with “Poland Spring,” a water bottle, Lil Haiti further cements his lyrical skills as the metaphors in this track are brilliantly thought out. His high level lyrical skill along with the high octane beats create an exciting atmosphere that has us constantly itching to see what is coming next.
Louisiana-based rapper OBN Jay delivers brash, determined lyrics about his life experiences and ambitions. He began receiving attention for his late-2010s singles such as “Big Ole” and “Chess Not Checkers,” as well as collaborations with rappers like Quando Rondo and JayDaYoungan.
OBN Jay grew up in Baton Rouge, where he witnessed crime and violence throughout his youth. Inspired by 2Pac and Boosie Badazz, he began rapping at a young age, and he began uploading his music online when he was in high school. 2018 saw the release of tracks like “Stop Playing,” “How That Go,” and “Big Ole” (with JayDaYoungan) as well as two EPs, Lost Hope and OBN, and mixtape Logic Real Talk. Several more singles (including “Chess Not Checkers” and “Tragic Story”) and mixtape No Weakness appeared in 2019.