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Djay JC and IAMYUNGGOD Drop, “Sour Diesel”

by The Alchemist

Djay JC is an independent producer from Milwaukee, WI by way of Washington, DC. His music can be characterized by his heavy drums and 808 patterns that he uses in a variety of different Hiphop, Trap, and R&B.


His newest track is called, “Sour Diesel” which features IAMYUNGGOD, and it will get you moving. It has a very laid back feel, that is combined with auto tuned vocals that resemble the flow of Lil Baby. It also has some very trappy drums which add some rhythm into the song. Check out the track below.


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