Jay Critch released his last project Critch Tape a few months ago, and has kept his momentum with visuals and singles since. After dropping off videos for cuts like “Been That” and “2020 Vision,” “Go 2 Hell” from the same project, he’s now back to deliver a change of pace as he shares a loose track “Hustler Muzik.” On the new song, Jay Critch talks about how he’s built for the grind:
My n***as jiggin and makin moves, they still be going on missions/ Out here doing what I gotta do tryna get in a better position/ I’ma make sure we all gon eat tell bro why is you trippin’/ You n***a ran up a ticket, I need more drink I’m nauseous/ We out in these streets, we cautious/
Last year, Jay Critch closed out his 2020 by releasing his Signed With Love project. Clocking in at 11 tracks in just under 30 minutes, the body of work has received accompanying visuals such as “Take Out,” “Talk,” and “Been That.” Last year, he also shared a couple loose tracks, including cuts like “Bronny.” He can also be heard on recent tracks like “Execute” with Tank God, Slayer’s “OUTSIDE,” and “Get A Bag” with DJ Cruz and STVSH.
Jay Critch released his debut project back in 2018 as a newly signed artist. Equipped with 12 songs, Hood Favorite was a solid introduction that also included features from Offset, and brought together 3 fellow NYC heads on “Try It” featuring French Montana and Fabolous. Since then, he’s dropped off a couple loosies including “Cameras,” “I’m a Star,” and “Dreams In A Wraith.” Before that, he was a part of the 4th installment of the Rich Forever mixtape series alongside his frequent collaborators Rich The Kid and Famous Dex.
Be sure to press play on Jay Critch’s brand new track “Hustler Muzik.”