Jadakiss And Swizz Beatz’s Collaboration On Hustle

Jadakiss And Swizz Beatz's Collaboration On Hustle

Check out “Hustle, Repeat,” a new song by Jadakiss and Swizz Beatz, which was released to coincide with the third season premiere of MGM+’s Godfather of Harlem.

On Friday, January 13, Swizz added a frightening, hard-hitting beat to Kiss’s tune, over which the LOX poet unleashed his unflinching bars on the hustler’s way of life.

“Fentanyl is what the fiends want / You gotta die to get your streams up streets will fuck your dreams up / I was ready for war, I got my cream up / They couldn’t do nothing with me, they had to team up / Treat the shotty like Scotty, I had to beam up / I’ve done a lot, and I’ve seen much/ Another year, that’s a million clutch,” Kiss spits.

“Hustle, Repeat” is one of the first singles from the season three soundtrack, which Swizz Beatz will be handling. He previously oversaw the soundtracks to the first two seasons of the series.

The story of 1960s Harlem drug lord Bumpy Johnson’s rule was continued in the Sunday (January 15) premiere of Godfather of Harlem. Forest Whitaker, Vincent D’Onofrio, Nigél Thatch, Ilfenesh Hadera, and other actors are featured in the program.

Swizz Beatz worked with artists like Rick Ross, Pusha T, DMX, 21 Savage, and others on the first two seasons’ soundtracks. With Swizz likely to enlist the help of more well-known friends in season three, the plot will likely remain the same.

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