Winning a cult following in his hometown with his danceable and hard-hitting anthems, RJMrLA smoothly bridges the divide between classic West Coast sounds and the new L.A. Expressing an all-too-relatable desire to be left alone for just a few minutes, RJ shares “Bang My Line,“ a turnt-up track about cooling down. Weaving his lockstep flow between arpeggiating minor key pianos and squelching acid bass, RJ lists a few of his favorite things (namely, women and weed) before demanding a moment of peace from the hangers-on who try to occupy his attention: “Oh hold up/I got some time to roll up/You’ll gotta pay me to show up/You not a man you a goer/B*tch, don’t bang my line.” With a guest appearance from fellow L.A.-based bruiser OT Genasis (“all this ice on me, Wayne Gretzky b*tch”), “Bang My Line” is the latest single from On God, RJMrLA’s upcoming album, following the HYPEBEAST-premiered rider’s anthem “Rat Race,“ the revealing “Apartment,” premiered by Complex in June, and “Time” featuring Young Thug. Enjoy this audio stream below after the jump and please share this with friends.
His official debut album after several successful mixtapes, including his popular OMMIO (On My Momma I’m On) series and 2017’s Pitchfork-praised The Ghetto, a collaboration with Mustard, On God is a mature effort from RJ, keeping the breakneck flow and propulsive L.A. instrumentals of his old style and forgoing party anthems for heavier thematic content. Featuring appearances from Schoolboy Q, Snoop Dogg, Mozzy, Rich the Kid, G-Eazy, Ty Dolla $ign, The Game, among others, and production from DJ Swish (who’s made hits for YG and Post Malone) and more, On God releases August 9th via EMPIRE.
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