Melbourne-based MC Jordan Dennis topped our Popular chart last month with "Glide Freestyle," and now self-releases his debut EP, HDMI1. The frontman for neo-soul collective Billy Davis, who has performed alongside the likes Anderson .Paak and NoName, Dennis makes a name for himself here—one Okayplayer thinks "you should commit to memory ASAP." Above JUJO-produced beats, his poetic flow bounces between rapid-fire and satin-smooth. "The effervescent raps, catchy hooks, and sharp production will prove to be an upside for this Down Under musician."Coverage on music sites Official website
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