Veteran Record producer and K-Amy CEO “Killer Beats” last week released his much anticipated “My Diary Part 7” project. The breathtaking HipHop joint and the 7th installment of the series features rappers J.O.B, Jay Rox and Willz with RnB artiste “F-Jay” on the hook. As usual the project doesn’t just rotate without trending for its lyrics as rappers dive deep into their personal trials and tribulations.
On the record, J.O.B discloses Bobby East hasn’t reached out to him since they both traded lyrical jabs few months ago. He acknowledges the fallout of his music career though he claims he is too stubborn to admit. J.O.B doesn’t just end there but also raps about his personal life struggles and his contemplation of quitting music.
Jay Rox delivers the second verse and talks about the unfortunate demise of his mum. He also reveals that his former crew Zone Fam put him in depression, which might be due to being over-weighed by so much creative responsibility. He further points out that he is not going back to “Zone Fam.”
Wilz also finally tells his side of the story with his former producer and boss Skillz. He raps about how Skillz became reluctant and started rejecting beats from other producers. When his (Willz) contract with Skillz came to an end, Skillz hesitated to have it renewed as he opted to keeping quiet. This incidence is what led to Wilz leaving ‘Phat Jam Records’ although Skillz has his own version of what transpired. Wilz also tweeted today that his verse was cut and he still has a lot to rap about Skillz.
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In his verse Wilz also narrates how he planned of doing a collaborated album with Jay Rox. Both artistes worked on some joints together but Jay Rox decided not to go ahead with the project. The song is currently available for purchase on “MusicZed” app.