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Jackson Bo – [KCG Josh] ft. [Lil Mexico]

The Houston rap scene is something that is absolutely flourishing at this moment in time thanks to artists like Travis Scott, Megan Thee Stallion, and Maxo Kream, among others, and even despite the Astroworld tragedy that occurred last year, the fault seemed to come down on Travis rather than the city itself. Beyond this, the scene there is unique because although I’m sure there are tons of underground artists trying to make a name for themselves, it seems like it is purely known for a handful of larger names and the rest of the country hasn’t dug deep enough to discover too many up-and-comers quite yet. This is why I try my best to dive into the lesser-known names hailing from the Texas mecca because it is simply too big of a city to not explore, and when the homie sent me a new song from KCG Josh featuring Lil Mexico called “Jackson Bo”, I knew I had no choice but to write about it after checking it out. At first, I thought I was unfamiliar with Josh, but after giving the song a spin, I realized that I had heard of him before thanks to his inclusion on Maxo …

Brothers- [Maxo Kream] ft. [KCG Josh]

When I think of one of the best cities in the country producing some of the most unique artists, Houston is at the very top of my list. While Atlanta, Los Angeles, New York, and even Chicago have a surplus of artists creating music in a similar fashion that pairs with their respective regions, it seems like no Houston artist sounds even remotely similar to their peers. Travis Scott obviously has the world in his palms with his unique sound, Megan Thee Stallion has taken the world by storm with her unapologetic style, and Maxo Kream rounds out the list with his ruthless, gritty demeanor. Although all of these artists are incredible in their own rights and even work together to bring their city into the spotlight, Maxo has been one of my favorite H-town rappers from the first time I heard his music. Last year’s project Brandon Banks was one of my favorite albums of the year because the narrative throughout touched on so many different topics near and dear to Maxo’s life. Whether he discussed life in the streets, the loss of loved ones, or many other topics, he did it in such a way that you could …