Video: Big Jump – “Bag Year”

Florida’s Bossman, Big Jump is the latest rising rhymer to step on to the scene. In fact, the Deltona-bred rapper has unleashed another hit! This time the trendy track comes as “Bag Year”.

The emerging emcee serves up his trendy track as inspiration of his transition from entrepreneur to full time artist. Utilizing his brand to fund the business and passion. As a get it out the mud rapper, he’s leveled up to enjoy the fruits of his labor.

Jump began penning his unorthodox rhymes at the age of 16. Since, he’s pulled musical inspiration from the likes of Hip-Hop heavyweights Meek Mill and Jay-Z. With his personal spin to his lyricism, Jump paved his own lane as he created his distinct musical sound. 

The Florida native’s daring writing style has earned him respect and recognition not only from his city but also the industry. Jump’s musical style and unconventional approach are influenced by his mannerisms and demeanor. Tapped into the new age of rap, Jump credits his sound to the likes of Peezy, Riodayungog, YNJay, Mia BabyFace, icewear_vezzo, Rmc Mike, and Gutta100.

Although he’s emerging onto the music scene as an emcee with his stacked up musical catalog, he’s a businessman first. Backed by the city, Jump’s entrepreneurial skills and talents have garnered support from fans nationwide through selling his merch and music and making music that reaches the masses.

With that being said, 2021 was just a peek into 2022’s “Bag Year”! For now, be sure to take a look at the flashy visual! Already, the official “Bag Year” music video has accumulated over 22K views and counting. Lastly, press play on the new video and let us know what you think! 

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