Broderick Jones

A hip-hop single that gets real about being fake.

Kansas-based artist, Broderick Jones, is a singer and songwriter who originally debuted back in 2014. After his debut release, Jones quickly gained notoriety in his local music scene. Later, in 2016, he was featured on It’s Different’s viral “Pokemon Ü” remix, which was viewed a million times in less than 24 hours. This boost furthered the artist’s success and led Jones to additional song features. It also helped him with reaching over 34 million views on YouTube. He later released his first EP in 2017 and only continues to grow as an artist. His impressive discography is available on Spotify, YouTube, and SoundCloud. Broderick Jones’ latest drop is the hip-hop single, “Fame.”

“Fame” is like a breath of fresh air for the hip-hop world. It offers a lovely little viewpoint of Jones’s take on fame seekers. Lyrics like “She just want the likes for the fame, I know it’s a shame. Pics on private planes, I’m just praying that she change” and “I know that I’m crazy, I’ve been throwing cash at ya since like 2018. Spent my whole life savings tryna get you mainstream” call out a girl’s desire to become famous at any cost. There are other sections that might gather your attention too; including one sound that any Sonic player will love to hear in this hit. Additionally, the song focuses on being lowkey while portraying the message of remaining the same. We love consistency, and this slow, easy rap song will give it to you every time. This is one song that emits importance that you can’t ignore. So, press play on Broderick Jones’s “Fame” to experience the downside of being obsessed with it.

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