EP Review: QBJR Drops Debut Rap Project, 'The Youngest In Charge'

There's nothing as refreshing as young talent. From Bow Wow to Street Bud even NLE Choppa, there is something unique and special about a dope young rapper. QBJR is the latest young rap artist to create buzz as he makes solid songs and lays down big bars; the kid is on the move. At just 11 years old, he dropped his debut EP entitled "The Youngest in Charge" this morning.  You must check it out!  

"Bout to make my haters big mad..."

QBJR is straight outta Watts, California.  Last year, the emcee dropped a series of singles including Paper Head, Who Is You?, and You Already Know which are all included on TYIC.  One new song you have to hear is By The Way featuring Beso. The track uses a  throwback sample from Zapp & Roger's 1985 hit, Computer Love.  On the song, the young rapper delivers a melodic rap performance that will get you out of your chair and grooving as he raps, "I just want you to be mine, by the way."

His team, Paper Head Entertainment has investing heavily into him. This kid has all the ingredients necessary for success, and there's no doubt he's headed up the rap ladder.

Tap into The Youngest in Charge on Spotify, and then share it with your nieces and nephews. 


Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/65LfawuZX1NtD3yXdX6t7m?si=02jaQhMCRt-YdKWG8b4gZA

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YouTube: QBJR

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