On his new release, Jordan reflects on his youthfulness, which was filled with hanging with friends, going to the gas station for snacks, but it was also filled with fear of dying before they turned 21. The reflection comes after hearing one of his childhood friends died. Jordan eventually looks at the bigger picture and realizes the culture of his neighborhood looks at the day-by-day struggles instead of looking at the larger picture of ultimately trying to get out of the area.
Memoirs of Dayne Jordan is out July 21, and after the last two official releases, I can’t wait to hear more about the youngin’s thoughts and experiences. Listen to “The Hustlers” below.