UPDATE: Jahshua Smith’s The Fourth Wall is getting closer and closer. Today (July 26), he’s got the project’s second single “Black Diamonds,” which is inspired by the still ongoing police brutality African-Americans continue to suffer through. StewRAT’s production proves sturdy for some some standout verses from Adam Reverie, James Gardin, and Red Pill of Ugly Heroes. Give the new song a spin below:
The world is a scary place, especially if you’re Black, but Jahshua Smith is keeping his head locked to the sky.
On “Zero Gravity,” the first single from his upcoming sophomore LP The Fourth Wall, Smith urges young Black kids to not limit themselves based on their surroundings. Grouped with a soaring StewRAT beat and PhourTheLove’s ethereal chorus, you can’t help but feel weightless.
Check the single out above and keep an eye out for The Fourth Wall when it drops in September.