West Coast artist JIG LeFrost’s stock is on the rise with his new project BRB I’m Mid Crisis now available on digital streaming platforms. Following up on the March release of his EP Welcome To Crisis, JIG is wasting no time giving fans some new music to enjoy. If you’ve been following JIG LeFrost on Instagram you’ve seen him cook up a brand new song on IG Live for over a week straight, showing fans that productivity is no issue for him. On top of releasing two brand new EPs in 2020, JIG LeFrost also recently teamed up with Olympic Gold Medalist McKayla Maroney for the Quarantine-influenced anthem “COVID Lockdown.”
On BRB I’m Mid Crisis, JIG sounds more comfortable than ever, playing with his unique whisper-style delivery and experimenting with production more and more. On “Isolation” JIG teams with vocalist, Shell Puppy to make an early-summer anthem that would fit perfectly on an episode of Issa Rae’s Insecure. On “Condo” JIG gets personal, talking about his childhood growing up in Richmond, CA and what it took for him to blossom into the man he is today. Showing no signs of slowing up anytime soon, take some time and press play on JIG LeFrost’s new project BRB I’m Mid Crisis and catch up on his earlier release Welcome To Crisis as well.
More InformationBorn Jordan I. Garrett in Oakland, California in 1996, he’s had a knack for music from a young age becoming a self-taught drummer playing gigs across the Bay Area from ages ten to seventeen. He decided to become an artist after performing a rap song at his high school talent show and receiving a standing ovation. JIG LeFrost immediately sunk his teeth into the music industry teaching himself to engineer and produce his own songs. By 2016 he was performing for a litany of major acts and became a pioneer for the Bay Area’s underground rap scene. JIG LeFrost’s music is a reflection of his life’s extremes; showcasing vulnerability in songs like 40 Hours and frigid bravado in songs like What’s That Odor? Where LeFrost truly shines is in his ability to narrate a world he describes as being in Crisis.–