“Marinate” comes with a slower tempo as Jalil describes the trouble of being an up and coming artist and dealing with the obstacles but overcoming them.
Coming from Harlem, New York is up and coming artist Jalil. There are three ways to describe him as an artist; versatile, fun, and entertaining. Many times with new artist, fans like to know the background of how it all began and Jalil admits that he was a big fan of 50 Cent growing up. Speaking on this love for 50 Cent he explains “I definitely grew up on a lot of 50 Cent and G-Unit. I knew every 50 Cent song by heart my pops said”. Continuing on with his other influences Jalil also sites Joey Badass, Travis Scott, Chief Keef and The Weeknd.
Jalil’s music gives him a relief when he is creating, he calls them masterpieces, Jalil wants to make his talent a craft and give people a story. As a new artist, he says its all about staying in your lane and that’s one thing that Jalil does well. He created a nice local following with the records and dope visuals to “Oscar Proud, “Cold Love” and “Trap Out The Rental”.
More music is on the way as Jalil continuously writes and creates songs. Jalil has a vision for his career and is ready to give it his all. “Music is something I live and breathe and it is in my heart, I’m ready to rock the crowd, spend many hours in the studio and make music” he explains. Jalil explains he calls his music mystifying; you’ll never know what you will get out of him.
Jalil has the talent and work ethic and as he continues this journey of music, it is only a matter of time before he is a household name, worldwide.