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Jimmy B – Public Service Announcement [Audio]

Toronto, ON – Our dude Jimmy B over at SmashMouth Entertainment just turned 23 years old. So of course he had to drop some new tuneage – a sweet little PSA track entitled “Public Service Announcement.” The track was mixed by Megalith. Check it out below. And make sure you head over to Twitter and bombard the homie with happy birthday wishes. Do it.

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Jimmy B starts right out by shouting out the SmashMouth fam. And then he goes in deep. Like when he tells us how he’s saving up his money like he’s Jewish – politically incorrect; but the whole “Your clique looking’ foolish/ I’m saving that money/And stacking it up like I’m Jewish” line is gold.

And then he gets into the struggle of not being able to find the girl of his dreams; and how he rarely chases vagina. Yes, he said vagina. On a rap track. Tee-hee. And then he talks about the stress of the rap game. And calls out all of the other MCs. And basically, it’s this whole coming-of-age spit-out and it’s mad hungry. Cue: wiping tears from your eyes. The homie Jimmy B is all grown up now.


Twitter: @iamJimmyB | @SmashMouthEnt

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