Atlanta has been the mecca for fashion, music and entertainment in the South for decades. The capital of Georgia has been also the supplied the music industry with many of artists, each with a unique story and way they choose to tell it. In recent years, Atlanta has the become the hip hop capital, supplying more artists that a good part of them are overlooked just because they do not have hit song, even though they have a growing fanbase.

Jace is member of the Atlanta Collective Two-9 who signed to Mike Will Made-It’s imprint with Interscope, Ear Drummer Records, in 2014. I wrote a review of Jace’s fellow Two-9 member Curtis Williams’ most recent project, Danco SZN, which you can see here. Even though Curtis was a solo artist, Jace is a part of a duo named Retro Sushi with producer/rapper Ceej. They released their debut mixtape Kung Fu in Japan in late 2012. After signing, the collective went to work immediately and released their third tape B4FRVR in February of 2015, following that monthly EP’s from August to October. After that, Jace focused on his highly anticipated debut solo mixtape, Jace Tape. The wait came to an end February 29th 2016, in commemoration of his crew, as he released Jace Tape at noon that day. The project, fourteen tracks in length, had production from Don Cannon, Ducko McFli, FKi, JGramm, J.LBS, Mitch, Rahki, Resource and Syk Sense. Jace used the project to showcase his sound, versatility and style, only having two guest appearances from Gwen Bunn and Robb Bank$. Since then, he has been releasing videos for tracks from the project.  Since releasing the project, Jace has a run of weekly release of singles on Friday, as well as announce a new project, tentatively titled It Only Gets Worse.

To check out more on Jace,  his aformentioned project,  Jace Tape is below.

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