Open Space: @JayCritch

0:41 On His Come Up
2:13 The New York Sound
4:14 The Concept for ‘Hood Favorite’
5:22 Production on The New Project
6:29 What’s Next

“When you living in Brooklyn you see what’s going on. You see how Brooklyn changes… The real Brooklyn could never really die.” Young spitter and Rich The Kid signee Jay Critch grew up in the Clinton Hill/Fort Greene area of Brooklyn, and has seen firsthand how both the borough and culture have changed and evolved over the years.

Similarly, his music is influenced by a variety of perspectives, and on his latest full-length project, Hood Favorite, you’re able to get a wide glimpse of just who Jay Critch is. The latest episode of #OpenSpace gives you even more of a glimpse, as he sits to talk about his sound, the importance of being lyrical, the difference between New York buzz and out-of-town buzz & much more.

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