Bump J Traps Off “Foe Phones” on New Song
More than a year after being released from prison, Bump J appears ready to finally release a new project. Ahead of the June 20 release of I Don't Feel Rehabilitated, the Chicago spitter drops his latest song, "Foe Phones."
Produced by Cardo, the track finds Bump J giving listeners a detailed view of life on the streets. "I didn't go to Harvard, didn't go to Yale/I do not own a degree/I'm from the streets/I have to cook up when I wanna eat/I spit that cook up when I'm on the beat," Bump raps.
The rapper continues his bars about the school of hard knocks, rapping, "No, I did not go to state, but I got a Wraith/I throw that chop in the safe/At 13 I got me a plate, chop up the ye/Then ran out and called me a play."
"Foe Phones" was originally supposed to be featured on Bump J's Luxury Vol. 1 EP, which was announced in September 2017, but it appears the project will now be called I Don't Feel Rehabilitated. While it's uncertain which songs will be featured on the new project, the original Luxury Vol. 1 tracklist included the songs "Fast Life" featuring Parkay, "I Want It All" and "Starvin."
XXL caught up with Bump J last year, who told us he had a ton of music recorded. "Right now, I'm stacking songs," the "Good 2 Be Home" rapper said at the time. "I've recorded over 50-60 songs since I came home."
Listen to "Foe Phones" below.
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