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Juล›tin & Zay Sever Go Off In “The Golden Standard”

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Juล›tin & Zay Sever

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Don’t let Juล›tin’s youthful/innocent face fool you, dude is a bull (Word to Derrick Rose)!

Juล›tin is a 20-year-old Atlanta-born March baby that is probably better than your favorite rapper’s favorite rapper. Recently, he released an album called Music IS Color that is jam-packed with nothing but unadulterated, hard-hitting, and explosive bars. One of the songs on the album that you should pay very close attention to is “The Golden Standard.”

Honestly, I don’t know what the beat that you hear on “The Golden Standard” did to both Juล›tin and Zay Sever. Despite it featuring a very soothing sound, you get nothing but killer flows, competitive/ambitious/sly lyrics, tons of aggression, and dope punchlines out of the two rappers. I’m guessing the beat took both of their parking spots at Hartsfield-Jackson airport the other day.

I highly recommend that you listen to all of Juล›tin’s Music IS Color album.ย If you don’t have many minutes to spare, at least listen to “The Golden Standard” below.

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