Jace likes to pull from his surroundings. Whether it’s his family, his friends, or the city he lives in, everyone and everything in close vicinity to the rapper shows up somewhere in his music. This collaborative approach is what has made his crew, Two-9, such a special collective in Atlanta’s ecosystem — a group of kids who have formed a strong musical bond through their genuine friendship, and as a result, it’s a hard one to break.

The rising rapper has just released his new project, Jace Tape, which from title alone, finds him stepping into his own lane — luckily, it’s just another offshoot of the complex network of musical bridges he’s built so far. These interlocking paths span not only his relationships with artists like Curtis Williams, CEEJ, Key!, and more recently, Mike WiLL Made-It, but also his two homes — Atlanta and New York.

With family in both cities, Jace has the sounds of two of rap’s most important scenes embedded in his DNA, and that much is evident within Jace Tape.


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