Brooklyn native Jimi Tents releases his newest offering “Should’ve Called Pt. 2,” the first single from his upcoming project, which premiered on Pigeons & Planes. Serving as the sequel to his previous single, “Should’ve Called,” a standout from his 2015 debut mixtape, 5 O’Clock Shadow, Jimi Tents continues to “expose his vulnerabilities, consciously breaking down the burdens of his inner conflicts.” “Should’ve Called Pt. 2” is a manifestation of his calculated rhymes, affinity for penmanship and delivery coupled with his emotive lyrical content in an age of empty production.
everybody needs somebody,
idc how tough you think you are… pic.twitter.com/9xnTBBC092
— PYRO. (@Jimitents) January 24, 2017
The 20-year-old East New York native has been redefining the binaries of hip-hop with a bona fide “jazzy soul,Kendrick-style dexterity, Brooklyn bravado, and seen-it-all wisdom.” (Pitchfork) From touring on stage with Justin Bieber, opening for Anime in Los Angeles and performing a number of sets during SXSW, Jimi Tents is continuing to make leaps and bounds in his young career through his unconventional, hard hitting content and honest soul music.
Stream “Should’ve Called Pt.2” above and be on the look out for more from Jimi Tents.