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Koyote Jag releases new single “All I Had”

There are multiple ways to discover music these days. One of my favorite ways is when I get sent an e-mail suggesting I check something out. This was the case when I was tipped off to check out  All I Had, the latest single from the Koyote Jag

All I Had is described as a HipHop song mixed with some urban flare. The description definitely peaked my interest as both are genres I have a fondness for.

The song starts off strong with an extremely catchy beat & pristine vocals that make it a song that you won’t be able to listen to just once. I found myself enjoying the middle verses & hook the most as the song went along.

I have nothing but complete appreciation & respect for All I Had as it is a thoroughly enjoyable listen from start to finish. Check it out as you will not be disappointed as Kayote Jag is definitely a rapper that is certainly set to break records in the future.

Born in December 1990, Rapper Koyote Jag was raised in the central badlands of Texas. Koyote entered the rap scene in Albuquerque, New Mexico in September 2020 at 29 years old.

Known for his unique personality, high-level energy, wavey lyricism, and unique style, Koyote Jag creates an intensifying, yet soothing sound.

In October 2020, Koyote quickly emerged as a rising talent, ranking in the top 5 Albuquerque Artists on ReverbNation in just 3 months. By January 2021, he had released 6-singles, including popular songs, “Like That” and “All I Wrote”. Each song showed a unique flow and style and demonstrated versatility. He has been acknowledged by the likes of, The Block Radio 105, Smart Rapper (Rob Level), Jadakiss, and more.

Jag has four singles and a debut EP (7-tracks) due to release by late February and March 2021. A heart-felt and electrifying song titled, “Eastern Fire”, featuring Philadelphia vocalist, Smadar, brings light to both artists’ love, creativity, and passion for music. “All I Had”, featuring talented Maryland vocalist, Madison Morton, tells a story of pain and heartbreak and emerges you in a deep and emotional journey. “Hot Fever”, shows love for the city of Albuquerque, New Mexico, with fiery cover art and catchy lyricism. In addition, the highly energetic and hyperactive song titled, “Gun it”, featuring Arizona rising artist, BlueDiamond, will certainly disrupt the music scene.

We managed to catch up with the man himself for a quick interview exclusively for Camden Monthly..

What inspired you to get into music?
I was inspired by close friends and motivated by artists such as Sada Baby and NBA Youngboy.

How would you describe your music?
My music is versatile and showcases my ability to create songs that are energetic, smooth and chill, upbeat, and emotional.

What would you say is your recording and songwriting style?
I write music depending on the beat and my mood. It takes time, but eventually, everything will come together to make a great song.

Where would you like to see your music career in 5 years time?
In 5 years, I would like to see growth. It has never been about money for me, but leaving something behind in this world and creating music for people that enjoy it. If it makes them feel good then I feel accomplished.

Where can music fans listen to your music?
My music can be streamed on almost every platform music is found such as ITunes, Spotify, Deezer, and Soundcloud.

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