Just a few weeks ago, J.I shared his “Taken For Granted” track and now he closely follows up with the freshly released “Murda.” The new offering arrives with an accompanying visual, which opens up with an intense set up that sees J.I in the spotlight (literally) before chilling scenes of the city life are woven in. On the song, J.I warns folks not to test him:
Why y’all postin’ weapons that don’t belong to y’all? If y’all wasn’t on my dick, I’d get along with y’all and yes, I’m one of a kind, I don’t belong with y’all/ Yes, I’ll keep it quick, bring the full clip, I’m gon’ get along with y’all, keep a choppa by my side, just like I’m Superman
We not gon’ let him walk/rock, if we on his side, we might just shoot the man/ Keep a gun with loaded clips, if you test me, you a stupid man/ Tried to tell me I ain’t shit, she must forgot ’bout who I am/ I got PTSD, I’m who you can’t T-E-S-T
Prior to the official release of his most recent project Hood Life Krisis Vol. 3, he preceded the drop with singles like “Excuse My Pain” and “Letter 2 U,” as well as visuals for “20k” and “Love In The Club.” The latter two songs appear on his EP Welcome To GStarr Vol. 1, released this past July via G*Starr Ent./Geffen Records and includes features from Myke Towers and Lil Durk. Most notably back in 2019, he shared his EP Hood Life Krisis Vol. 1 which includes his summer breakout single “Need Me.” The 7-track featureless project catapulted the young star onto the radars of many, allowing him to ink a deal with Interscope Records.
Be sure to press play on J.I’s new “Taken For Granted” video down below.
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