Mick Jenkins Releases New Single, “Cry If You Want (FYP)”


The single off his forthcoming project, or more… the frustration.

Chicago’s Mick Jenkins has garnered a loyal fanbase off the strength of his thought-provoking rhymes, facilitated by a soft-spoken flow. A quasi commercial hip-hop contrarian, Mick Jenkins never sacrifices his artistic integrity for what’s hot currently. His newest song, “Cry If You Want (FYP)”, is further evidence of just that.

Rapping in a slowed down matter, almost to the point of sounding chopped and screwed, Mick uses this track to assert his eccentricity–Mick Jenkins is one-of-one. The single off of his forthcoming project, or more… the frustration, it sounds like Mick is about to lace us with another great project.

Stream “Cry If You Want (FYP)” below:

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