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ReachingNOVA Teams Up With Jewelz Da Jewla and Q Streets For “Day Ones”

One thing you have to appreciate from an artist is versatility. When we last featured Bronx (New York) rapper ReachingNOVA,…

One thing you have to appreciate from an artist is versatility. When we last featured Bronx (New York) rapper ReachingNOVA, he had just dropped his track, “The Meditation,” a punchline heavy song dripping in positivity, bars, and radio-ready gloss. He’s back, and has shared with us his latest single, “Day Ones,” an ode to loyalty amongst the various pressures of the come up.

This time around he’s joined by Jewelz Da Jewla and Q Streets — who lace the chorus and a verse, respectively. The song has a bass-filled trap vibe, a big contrast from his last release. However, it fits snuggly into the current sounds running the Big Apple.

“If you see him with Q, just know there’s a hater for sure,” NOVA raps, adding “when everybody wanna know, everybody wanna roll, but ain’t nobody coming close … private.” Ultimately the song is about keeping your circle tight and focused; it’s a standard that some of the genre’s most success entrepreneurs have echoed.

“Never switched I played the game,” the chorus states melodically. The song has an anthemic quality to it and is yet another for the New York rapper whose been bubbling for a few years now. Press play, and be sure to add the track to your playlists!

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