American hip-hop artist J. Sirus released his latest EP 11:06 on Friday, 3 May 2019.
When he launched the EP for pre-order sales, he debuted it with the release of the second track on the EP called All Messed Up, featuring hip-hop artist BrandonVlad. The song is a hip-hop ballad and the most pop friendly song on the EP, which is about a break-up.
65 Shots, featuring Kellz, and 68 Cutlass are lyrical, gangsta hip-hop tracks.
The EP also has more hard-hitting hip-hop songs that each tell some true and reflexive stories about J. Sirus’ life. From Feed The Table, where J. Sirus raps and sings about what he has to do to make money for his loved ones, to the laid back, lo-fi inspired Keeper. Keeper features BrandonVlad again, and the duo raps about wishing they were able to sustain romantic relationships.
The EP is available for purchase on iTunes.
Listen to 11:06 below.