Bishop Nehru Spits Over “4:44″ Beat


The young spitter tackles a mature production.

Although it might have dropped earlier in the summer, Jay Z’s 4:44 album is still receiving critical acclaim and support—both from fans and artists.

Over the weekend, Rockland County’s Bishop Nehru dropped a remix of Jay’s album title track, “4:44”, entitled, “7:17”. Despite only being 22-years-old, the young spitter tackles the No I.D. production artfully with a sound mature for his years. He uses “7:17” to discuss his transcendent rapping skills, which are accented by leaving the track’s vocals untouched, giving it a raw edge.

Stream Bishop’s “7:17” below now:

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