Jake James Multiplies His Earnings In New Single & Video “Count It Slow”

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NY-newcomer Jake James has released his new single and video “Count It Slow”. The larger-than-life visual finds Jake in true Wolf Of Wall Street form rapping on his earnings from a bird’s-eye-view of Manhattan.  Co-produced by GRAMMY award winners, Street Symphony (Nipsey Hussle, Meek Mill, Dave East) and Dirty Rice (Lecrae, Andy Mineo) “Count It Slow”  is true to Jake’s signature sound, showcasing his lyrical prowess and dexterity. Found on Jake’s upcoming project, The Earnings Season,  executive produced by Street Symphony and slated for release next month, “Count It Slow” is available everywhere now.

The Earnings Season’s first offering, “High Grade,” (198k views) released at the top of November, finds Jake channeling rock influences and describing the pitfalls of chasing stardom. Fresh off the release of Jake’s debut EP, Letter Of Intent, the new melodic single is a change of pace from his signature New York boom-bap leaning sound, highlighting his versatility and range as an artist. Wall Street finance guy by day, rapper by night, Jake James continues to log long hours analyzing currencies and foreign markets to fund and pursue his musical aspirations.

Check out the official video for “Count It Slow” below.

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