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JAWNZA Introducing His Nostalgic Track "Downtime"

Introducing upcoming artist JAWNZA he started rapping in high school, recording himself and his friend Mak while they freestyled to beats like “Ignorance Is Bliss” by Kendrick Lamar and “Diablo” by Mac Miller. At the time, however, JAWNZA didn’t really see himself becoming a full time musician. Instead, it was just about learning the craft of hip hop and having some fun with his friends. “Then my bro told me I gotta take this rap stuff seriously, but I told him I was gonna become a doctor instead,” he laughs. Looking back now, it is hard to imagine himself doing anything but music. Just in the past year, JAWNZA has been featured on Spotify playlists like Anti-Pop and Fresh Finds and has received 3M+ streams on his single “FACEDOWN.” They are accomplishments nearly any independent artist would dream of, and for JAWNZA, they came naturally. Following his newest release "Downtime" he presents a very soothing sound that will captivate your ears entirely. Beginning the track with a slow beat leading onto his soft and luscious vocals, he captures his listeners with catchy chorus's and smooth instrumentation. To explain the track further it's about being with a certain girl, but still wanting to do you and not worry about anything else but knowing you'll miss her if she goes. The track is truly relatable about wether to be with a person but not knowing if your one hundred percent sure if it's the right time. The soothing feel this track presents will surly enlighten you. This track is perfect for a late night drive or just being alone in your thoughts. Go stream "Downtime".






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