Rhythm Roulette w/ Jahlil Beats

blame it on Patrick Glynn January 20, 2017

The architect behind Meek Mill’s “Ima Boss,” “Amen” and “Burn,” Bobby Shmurda’s “Hot N*gga” and more is the latest contestant on Mass Appeal’s Rhythm Roulette challenge.

South Philly native Jahlil Beats jumped in a record store and came out with Violent Femmes’ self-titled, Dum Dum Girls’ Too True and Roxy Music’s Country Life. After taking a song from the latter and flipping it, rapper OT The Real was in the studio and loosely spit bars over the finished product.