Six years ago J. Lute signed with Dreamville. Monday, October 4 released his new album Golf Mouf via Dreamville/Interscope Records, and affluent backers already.
Golf Mouf, the rapper’s second solo project
In March 2019, J. Lute revealed to XXL that he was working on three projects and talked about his desire to be seen as more than just a Hip Hop artist.
“I’m working on three different projects right now” he said at the time. “I got shit for Hip Hop n-ggas, heavy stuff for n-ggas that wanna hear me on upbeat stuff and then I got some sound that’s completely left that I just wanna try with . “.
Two years later, after making headlines throughout the year, with, among other things, a remarkable performance on Under the sun with J. Cole and DaBaby on Dreamville records’ Revenge of the Dreamers III compilation – Lutte released their debut studio album Gold Mouf.
The album is the second solo project, after West 1996 Pt. 2 released in 2017. It includes 13 tracks with features from JID, Little Brother, Ari Lennox, BJ the Chicago Kid, Cozz, Saba, Westside Boogie, Blakk Soul and DEVINE.
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J. Cole excitedly wrote on Twitter, “GOLDEN PUFF! !!!!! LUTE JUST ABANDONED!!! @lute_west9’s new album has just been released!!! Even the IG breakdown can’t stop you n-gga!!! Niggas want more music… I’m not good in it…’ mighty! »
Ibrahim “Ib” Hamad, J. Cole’s manager and co-founder of Dreamville, also praised the album after its release: “This album is special”, he wrote in a tweet. “My dawg @lute_west9 has done an amazing job putting together a body of work for you to reveal. Emotions and feelings that really come through. I’m so glad it came out and I know you all are too. Take advantage of this amazing project »
An album at the end of the tunnel
Back in June, the Charlotte rapper spoke with Complex about his personal battle with anxiety. “The way I found out about anxiety was from an infomercial one night.” he explains. “I couldn’t sleep and I was flipping through the channels… and you know how to comment on infomercials: ‘Do you have such and such a disease? Did you introduce yourself like that?”
Lute acknowledges that the show’s host provided him with the words to explain what had been tormenting him for some time: “This is what I live. That’s what I have. Now I have a name for it,” did he declare.
He pursues : “I am happy to have realized this. Now I feel like I have the upper hand over my anxiety and depression. »