Jon Connor drops the follow-up to his SOS album. This one was a smidge better than its predecessor. As far as the rhymes go, Jon Connor is pretty damn good. He is able to rap at a high level on most of the tracks he is on. This album might have started out slower, but it picks up steam a few tracks in. By the end of the album, he really has more than a few songs with some great concepts. The production on here is average. I didn’t really hear anything mind-blowing or rewind-worthy. Some notable tracks include “The Search” which is about trying to find one’s purpose in life. “Success” is another great song about the varying degrees of what that word actually means. This one in particular is perfect for today’s generations. All in all, Jon Connor has it in him to become one of the greats. I just think he has to find that right album to make it happen. Keep on going Jon, keep on going.
Flint’s own Jon Connor drops an incredibly dope new album where he unleashes a barrage of lyrics onto fans. His skill level is set so high and you can just hear the talent with song after song after song. His flow is amazing. His wordplay is amazing. He doesn’t run out of words that he can rhyme together. For the tracks, he selects a lot of today’s trendier songs and absolutely bodies every single one. It’s an interesting twist to hear songs that would normally not have complex lyrics by the original artists and hear it flipped into a lyrical assault. Jon Connor is probably more slept on than he should be and you absolutely need to go and listen to this project.
Jon Connor releases a brand new album that has had a lot of people very amped to hear. To be honest, this one didn’t quite live up to the hype. First off, on the mic, Jon Connor is dope. He spits with such ferocity and talent. He is able to switch up flows, rap fast, rap about real life situations. He can do it all. So there isn’t a whole lot of coaching that could be done on the lyrical side of things. The production on here was pretty average. I got the vibe that they were trying to shoot for more radio friendly songs. Overall, this whole project just didn’t “stick” like it should have. This was supposed to be the type of album that you keep playing back over and over again. But after you listen to it once or twice, you are pretty much done with it. Hoping for more out of Jon Connor the next time.