J.I.D. has easily become one of the hottest emcees to breakout in the game, with his undeniable pen and charismatic flow. The attention to detail towards the overall quality of his music has left fans and Hip-Hop lovers alike, eternally grateful and impressed. After signing with J. Cole’s Dreamville in 2017, the Atlanta native released his first full-length project, The Never Story, to high praise and critical acclaim. On the project, he boasts a versatility that parades poignant lyricism and his brilliant ability to use his voice and flow as instruments that truly carry impact. Fast forward to 2018 and the rising emcee has graced the cover of XXL’s iconic Freshman Class issue, and is already being pegged to be the next up and coming artist to claim a spot at the top.
For his COLORS show in collaboration with Adidas Football, J.I.D. brings us a smooth performance of his slick new record “Working Out”, from his highly anticipated Dicaprio 2. A more mild offering in comparison to his lead single “151 Rum”, “Working Out” is a reflection of all J.I.D. has gone through and still has yet to accomplish within the name of being a working in progress and on the journey to success. It’s production is driven by potent piano chords and a lowkey bassline that grooves where J.I.D.’s insane flow coasts. Get into the performance of “Working Out” above and be sure to stay tuned for when Dicaprio 2 drops; due out this Fall.