Mick Jenkins Wants to Spread Love on New Song “Vampire In Brooklyn”
New Mick Jenkins alert. The Chicago native releases a new single titled "Vampire In Brooklyn." The track find Jenkins venting about all the stuff he sees in the industry over production from Green SLLIME. Jenkins is one of the best rappers in Chicago right now.
"Talking loud we can't smell no pack on you, I do not believe it/Chest out, but you dry heaving/And you couldn't even try leaving/Bite marks on your neck/Sucking dick for respect/You would flip for a check/I ain't never fucked with Jesse White/Politicians is politicians/My nigga, miss me with the politicking," he raps.
Mick has been relatively quiet in 2017. His last song, "A Layover," was released two months ago. He previously stated back in March that he was dropping two new projects before the year ended and last month, Mick jumped on Instagram Live and previewed his Another Mickstape project, the follow up to his 2012 offering The Mickstape. "Vampire In Brooklyn" was one of the tracks he previewed as well as other titles such as “Small Circle,” “German Chocolate,” “Energies,” “U Turn” and “Rags.”
Mick Jenkins' last project was his debut album The Healing Component that released in 2016. Bump "Vampire In Brooklyn" below.
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