You may not be familiar with North Carolina rap duo Jae Mansa‘s but their name will be ringing bells soon. Back in July, they had a listening session for their ‘Yung Kings’ EP hosted by Karen Civil in the heart of the big apple. During the premiere the received stellar reviews from everyone in attendance. Recently, they wrapped up their second tour alongside Dipset’s head honcho Cam’ron. With their ‘Yung Kings’ EP slated to arrive soon the North Carolina emcee’s share the official video to their lead single “I Swear” which stars everybody’s favorite comedian/rapper Fatboy SSE.
Keep your eyes and ears open because things are heating up for Jae Mansa, don’t be surprised when you hear them on your television set or on a radio near you. Check out the video below and Shiggy watch getting jiggy to it here.
North Carolina’s dynamic duo JAE Mansa releases “I Swear” a stellar down-to-earth song produced by: (SL). Jae raps “I GOT TO GET IT, THAT’S ON MY MOMMA, YEAH SHE’S MY #1 SPONSOR” on the featured track. “I Swear” will be the first single from their sophomore EP “YUNG KINGS.” The project is slated to be released during the 4th quarter of 2018.
Jae Mansa is a two-person team comprised of passionate hip-hop creatives. Daron “Jae” Johnson and Brandon “B” Boone’s close-knit bond as cousins helped them develop their earthly sound. JAE Mansa seizes the opportunity to express their views and experiences with a consciously visceral approach. If you are looking for more substance in your hip-hop, look no further.
The follow-up to “Fuck Trump” the mixtape, the two-man team Jae Mansa releases “Living Better Now” a stellar down-to-earth sound produced by: (Phonix Beats). “Coming from King and Queens, we’re the new slaves, shit is obscene” Jae raps. “Living Better Now isn’t just about having material things. It’s about having everything including social freedom, justice and equality and that’s what we tried to depict in our video,” says B. The video is a must-see. It’s a social commentary that is sure to spark many discussions on the racial issues that plague our society.
“Living Better Now” will be the first single from their sophomore EP.