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    London Rap Riser J Ramms Shares Mixtape: Fahrenheit

    London Rap Riser J Ramms Shares Mixtape: Fahrenheit

    Following his debut back in 2019, South London’s rap riser J Ramms is swiftly becoming an artist to watch.

    Having already gained co-signs from the likes of Headie One and Fumez the Engineer, J Ramms and his lyrical flair, self-assured presence, and all-round sound sets him aside from others in his field. Gracing supporters with the release of his highly anticipated mixtape Fahrenheit with leading single “Same Shit Different Day,” the budding emcee is ready to take the music industry by storm.

    Spread across 10 fired-up tracks including pre-released singles “Dead,” “Fahrenheit Freestyle,” “Boss Life,” and “Chop N Drop 2,” J Ramms has called on acclaimed artist Cashh, Ras65th, 411, Pablo Productions, Aon Mache, and Ryukann for assistance. Underpinned with an assortment of drill beats, he continues to unravel his story through a selection of punchlines, references, and cut-throat bars from start to finish.

    Opening the tape with “Fahrenheit Freestyle,” J Ramms instantly sets the tone with his punching flow over a skittering and bass-heavy instrumental. Swiftly maneuvering through the dark and eerie sounds of “Boss Life” (220k+ on YouTube) and leading single “Same Shit Different Day”; a fiery, fearless, and unapologetic street heater that’s enriched with gritty street poetics throughout, we stumble across the first feature from Cashh in “Chop N Drop 2” (160k+ on YouTube). Complimenting each other’s style with ease the pair create the ultimate street heater.

    Posing as the sequel to “Chop N Drop” that was featured in his 2021 project “Finding My Fire” his growth is only evident as the pair explore the life that comes with being in the streets. Showing no signs of holding back, tracks like “Dead” (88k+ on YouTube), “Teary Tears,” “Flights,” and “Settings” further showcase his hunger to succeed. Taking a slightly different approach sonically in “Settings,” J Ramms glides effortlessly over the menacing production before closing out the mixtape with “28 Gramms.”

    Previously known as Flake Caesar, J Ramms takes influence from an array of hit-makers and pioneers including Biggie, Tupac, 50 Cent, Capleton, Buju Banton, Bounty Killer, Vybz Kartel, and Giggs. Having already collaborated with the likes of Youngs Teflon, Paigey Cakey, and more recently with Headie One on the ‘Pound Signs’ remix, he also entered the competition Fumez the Engineer ran allowing up-and-coming artists to showcase their talent on his iconic freestyle series, “Plugged In.” J Ramms was one of few to be selected and won the opportunity to spit bars on the ground-breaking platform for over 1 million people – and counting.

    Housing previous support from GRM Daily, Linkup TV, REVOLT TV, and KISS FM, alongside YouTube reactors Denz & Renz, ProdbyWalkz, and more, the Fahrenheit mixtape is the start of a new chapter for J Ramms as he warms up for what’s looking to be another exciting year ahead.

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