Big Rap Artists, According To J.I.D, Are “Scared” To Work With Him On A Track

With each new release, J.I.D. has grown brighter. Despite the fact that DiCaprio 2 was released four years ago, he makes a conscious effort to stand out on each Dreamville appearance and guest verse he records. Unfortunately, it appears that he is having trouble finding partnerships with more well-known MCs in the game.

This Thursday, the rapper took to Twitter to discuss his recent collaboration binge. Despite his ability to seamlessly transition between tracks, the Atlanta musician claimed that some of his competitors in the industry are unable to commit to studio time.

“None of my rap co workers be tryna rap wit me dawg… Only women and pop stars lol,” he tweeted. He singled out the more well-known rappers in a later tweet who he thinks might be persuaded to collaborate with him. “I think y’all n***az scared, I’m talking bigger rap artists.”

We’re hopeful that the release of The Forever Story isn’t being delayed since it’s unknown with whom he’s had problems securing studio time. In his most recent song, “29 (Freestyle),” the rapper hinted that the project would be released “very soon.” There is no precise date for when we should anticipate it, although it appears to come before the year is over.

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