Jus Daze: Bow II the Bow – ep reviewJus Daze: Bow II the Bow EP (Self-Released)

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Brooklyn born Queens rapper Jus Daze recently self-released a new EP which Louder Than War’s Andy Carrington reviews for us. 

Judging by Jus Daze’s insanely stocky appearance, he’s not a guy you’d want to fuck with down a dark alley, alone. Ironically, though, his laid-back (but just-as-bullish) brand of Hip-Hop is not only very inviting, but enjoyable, as exemplified on his latest EP, Bow II The Bow.

I must admit, I’m pretty unfamiliar with Daze, but upon first listening to his music, I thought he was very well-spoken, had nice rhymes and a real tight flow. Accompanied by some impressive scratches and production courtesy of DJ Brown13, Bow definitely warranted a second listen after the lingering suspense of the outro track.

Brown exercising his DJ skills on the intro track proves to be just as mouth-watering the second time around; and Daze’s declaration that he’s “ready for the show” over the top of some blues-led production, lets everyone know that shit’s about to go down.


‘Victim Of A Vic’ is especially dark, showcasing the dauntless nature of Brown’s beat-making and cutting, with Daze convincingly putting his years of battle rapping to the next level on wax; whilst ‘Pun Intended’ — containing a well-known sample from my beloved Rocky films — is straight dynamite to the ears.

Dreamy track ‘Sugar Mountain’ is dope; ‘Fuck Ya Life’ (featuring Nems) is another battle track; and ‘Betina’ reminded me a little of prominent underground rapper Adeem. Overall, Bow proves to be a quality listen, and I’m looking forward to hearing more from Daze (and Brown) in the near future.


Jus Daze’s music can be found here HERE. He is also on Facebook HERE & tweet at @JusDaze

All words by Andy Carrington. More writing by Author’s Name can be found at his author archive. Be sure to also check out his website, too.

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