J.Roots – Can I Ball (Review)

J.Roots - Can I Ball (Review)

ArtistRack reviews ‘Can I Ball’ by J.Roots

J Roots’ undeniable fashionable swag packs a forceful maximization of rap sequences extracted from the limitless vernacular of assorted lyricism into the existential melodic nature of vocal artistry on his latest album “Can I Ball”.

The illustrative qualities of this music embodies a serene ideological stance of trap music representation at its most meaningful form. This progressive concept of sound mystifies the hip hop attitude through an incomprehensible style of music that is both understated and ingenious. “Can I Ball” is unorthodox in a way that challenges the oncoming millennial rappers pipe dream torching this to its own advantage of self-proclaimed finesse. The instrumental was suitably harmonious with the spiritual melodic singing that holds a tranquil and equidistant manner to the overall representation of the composition.

The catchy repetition of the beat holds a concrete foundation manoeuvring the artist to express freely without any limitations. J Roots’ lyrical dexterity holds a metaphorical and infectious sound that is both relatable and intriguing to the listening audience. This is simply a teaser of the full fledged album hinting at the contextual strengths that makes J Roots a pound-for-pound contender in the hip hop genre on “Can I Ball”.

5 Star album

You can listen to ‘Can I Ball’ by J.Roots here 


Miami born and bred rapper, J. Roots has a passion for music. As a child he played the trumpet and his musical nature led him to create beats when one of his friends dared him to rap on a track, and thus J.Roots was born. Influenced by the likes of T.I., Outkast, Ice Cube,Lil Wayne and Tupac, J. Roots molded his own style always writing from life experiences. His sound combines elements from his gritty-Miami upbringing with intonation and flows that he perfected while living in Atlanta thus creating a hybrid Southern/Miami sound.

J.Roots released his first mixtape in 2007 titled, Stupid Face, and has followed that release with Whisper to the Streets, The Run Down, Unfazed, Fazed In and the most recent, No shade. He’s collaborated with the likes of Eddie Keys, producer of Lil Wayne’s “Phone Home,” and D-Block. J. Roots’ video for “Boss” featuring Rick Ross boasts almost 250,000 views on YouTube and his “Take it There” video featuring Drama locked in over 100,000 views. The video for his latest single, “In the Sky clocked in 52,000 views, No shade over 13,000 views and his most recent “Callin Me released in April of 2015 over 22,000 views.
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Currently signed to Miami-based, independent music label, Real Recognize Real Records, J. Roots is gearing up to take his place among the south’s rap elites. With the release of his brand new Singles (push it side ways) and (Count it up), now on iTunes and all major digital stores have , J. Roots is set to take the Southern music scene by storm!
2018 has started off just right with the new single Can I ball on iTunes and Spotify it’s a must listen to