How have we missed out on JBdaPilot? VA rapper has dropped some crazy heat this year (see below.) “Hometown Girl” is a predictable but excellent, R&B-tinged solo track. “Don’t Worry” is an excellent follow up. For more information and some bonus tracks we missed with Skyzoo and Phil Ade, read more below.

JBdaPilot takes a leaf out of Destiny’s Child’s book, sampling their 1999 hit “Say My Name,” reworking it into his own 2016 version with “Hometown Girl.” The C. Justice and Lex Q-produced track finds the Virginia Beach, VA native narrating a proverbial love story of college romance. The record is inspired by his own personal experiences, with JBdaPilot detailing what-if’s about his girl’s whereabouts all the way to him making a cheating admission. The melodic fifty-fifty sing-rap provides the perfect medium for the college kid to dish on his relationship distresses.

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