American rapper, singer and songwriter, Jason Cole Critchlow, known professionally as Jay Critch is back and he’s bringing some fresh fire to the table.
Since the release of Critch Tape in 2021, Jay Critch has been stepping up his game in terms of production. The rapper’s long-awaited project was worth the wait, but it looked to mark the start of a new run. With a steady stream of new releases since the summer of 2013, he’s stepped up the pace even more since the beginning of the year. As he did when he released Hood Favorite, Critch seems as though he’s ready to step up his game in 2022.
“Click” was released by the rapper over the weekend. To Jay Critch, the 808-rattling 808s and spacey production enable him to pop his sh*t and express his desire to push his career to the next level.
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After several sucessful singles, Critch released his highly-anticipated debut, Hood Favorite, on November 2, 2018.
Jay Critch’s first major collaboration was with Rowdy Rebel on the song “Man Down” in 2015. In 2016, he began uploading songs on SoundCloud.
He became the subject of widespread attention in 2016, when his song “Did It Again” was remixed by Rich the Kid, who signed him to Rich Forever Music in November. Their collaboration went viral, with the music video gaining over a million views in the first week of its release.
In November 2018, as a newly signed artist, Jay Critch released his debut solo mixtape, Hood Favorite. It features guest appearances from Offset, French Montana and Fabolous. He also was featured on Lil Tjay’s “Ruthless”, which was certified platinum.
In December 2020, Jay Critch released his third mixtape, Signed with Love.
On May 5, 2021, Jay returned with his mixtape, Critch Tape. Announced just hours before its release, the project contains 23 songs, with features from Fivio Foreign, Lil Tjay, and Drakeo the Ruler, among others.
- I went and put my wrist up in holy water
- Just like it was a Christening
- Money the same color as the sky, the baddie the color of cinnamon
- Ass fat, let me hold on to it
- I got a bag, let me hold on to it
- They was hatin’, I caught on to it
- Ride with the strap, gotta hold on to it