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Get It Lit,” finds the young rapper setting the fall with a nostalgic sounding anthem for the millennials. The instrumentation on this one is really catchy but also reminiscent of the summer of 2000 when music was fun. (Think 504 Boyz Wobble Wobble.) It’s not only bass driven, it’s a cornucopia of creativity. J.F.K’s quit witted chorus, fun lyricism, and slightly arrogant bounce are just little reminders that hip hop doesn’t have to be so serious. While his first single “Strive,” was a little more on the metaphorical word play side with multiple transitions, “Get It Lit,” is the flip side of that. It’s versatility at its best and in the midst of the infamous, “Hot Girl Summer,” JFK Music.

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