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Jones Cruipy returns with a paradoxical “BMF 3”!

Jones Cruipy returns with a paradoxical “BMF 3”!Jones Cruipy, a multifaceted artist, has made a notable return with “BMF 3”, just three weeks after releasing his track “Comment arrêter”. This new song proves to be ambivalent, even bifacial, divided into two parts reminiscent of yin and yang, good and evil, and the two aspects of Jones Cruipy’s artistic personality.

Jones Cruipy returns with a paradoxical “BMF 3”!

Jones Cruipy, also known as JC, is a French rapper of Congolese origin, born on November 20, 1988, in Brussels, Belgium. He gained recognition in the French rap scene with his first mixtape, “Dog’zoo Vol.1”, where he combined hardcore rap with melodic rap backed by quality productions. His unique style connected with the audience through hit tracks like “Djimmy” and “Crack and Weed”. His mixtape “Héritage” and other projects were pivotal in his career, reflecting his skills and experiences in the “hustler” rap genre. His versatility in different styles contributed to his growing popularity. A crucial moment was when he opened for the rapper Booba at the AccorHotels Arena in Paris, marking a turning point in his career.

The instrumental composition of the track is signed by CT koite, a Belgian producer active in the Brussels scene. He notably crafted the composition for “Chaque jour” by D.A.V and “Seul” by Amine. This song is divided into two distinct parts. The first offers a darker and introspective atmosphere, ideal for Jones Cruipy to share his life journey from the Brussels ghettos to success.

The second part is more rhythmic and explores the rapper’s darker side, fitting into the trend of double-sided tracks, much like Beendo Z with his triptych on “Inspiré de faits réels” or DA Uzi. This binary approach perfectly illustrates the essence of “hustler” rap, originating from the Bronx and popularized by the Wu Tang Clan in the ’90s. Today, “hustler” rap has evolved into other forms, including Trap and Drill, and Jones Cruipy remains one of its key figures in Brussels.

The video, directed by Harry Pirnay, highlights these two facets of Jones Cruipy‘s song. The director has several short films and music videos to his name, including the short film “Le petit baigneur” released in 2021.

C.E.O HELL SINKY, author, journalist, documentary

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