BABS Releases Hip-Hop Track ‘Felt like Jay Z?’

July 24, 2020

Felt like Jay Z?‘ a hip-hop track, written and performed by BABS, is a work of poetry, art and fiction inspired by ‘Top Boy: summer house,’ a 2019 Netflix series. Produced, mixed and mastered by FemixBeats (@femixbeats) with high definition visuals by vizual finesse(@vizualfinesse) and cover art direction by Semilore Stef (@semilorestef).

Released and Published under his independently owned label Black circle Music; this beautiful work of poetry is set to a make a prolific mark in the world of Hip/Hop and Rap. Watch the music video and stream on all DSPs.

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