Brooklyn's SAINt JHN is someone to pay attention to. The promising upstart is gearing up to drop his debut project, Collection 1, sometime during early 2018. But to appease fans now, JHN releases his new song "Hermes Freestyle." On the new record, SAINt JHN raps about why he's in a different league when compared to his peers. “We ain’t the same ’til the penthouse in your name,” he raps over the upbeat tempo.

In 2016, SAINt JHN began to turn heads when he released the song and visual to "1999," a bounce-happy rhythm that showed off his wordplay but also his ear for melodies. He followed that up with tracks like "Roses" and "Reflex," plus contributed to Usher’s 2016 LP, Hard II Love, on the single “Rivals” alongside Future and K-Major.

For 2017, SAINt JHN has been releasing music sporadically, dropping “3 Below” earlier this year and “Some Nights 9.8.17" in September. He's also been playing festivals such as Rolling Loud this past weekend and Voodoo Experience next weekend.

Bump "Hermes" freestyle below.

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