It’s been a few months since Jackboy dropped off his latest project Jackboy 2, the sequel to last year’s Jackboy. This go ’round, the Haitian-American star blessed the masses with 15 hard-hitting cuts and a couple of contributions from Money Man and Fireboy DML. Since that album’s release, Jackboy delivered some notable singles and collaborations, including Cheque’s “No One Else,” AXL Beats‘ “Motorbike,” Slimelife Shawty’s “Pick Your Side,” TEC’s “Art Of War,” and Money Man’s “No Fema” — he also unveiled the emotionally charged “Don’t Force My Hand,” which is largely considered to be a message to his former collaborator Kodak Black.
Today (Dec. 31), Jackboy delivers a new single titled “Letter To God,” an AXL Beats and Jumpman 4x-produced offering that — as the title suggests — sees him delving into and questioning his own faith in regards to various obstacles:
“Been thinkin’ I should go talk to the reverend, if I go kill a man, will I still make it into heaven? If I go kill a man, will I still keep getting these blessings? Or should I just fall back and let these pussy niggas keep flexing? Been thinkin‘ I should go talk to the priest, like do she really love me, or is she really for the streets? Like do she really feel she’ll find a nigga that’s better than me? If so, I’ll let you go, won’t do no tripping, you can up and leave…”
2020 was a busy year for Jackboy. In addition to the eponymous project mentioned above, fans were also able to enjoy Living In History and Love Me While I’m Here, released in August and December, respectively.
Press play on “Letter To God” below.