Jakko Jo – All Dat I Do ft Cre8tive x 93Bread x Kil’lab – The Hype Magazine

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Published on February 18th, 2020 | by AnthonyRian

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Jakko Jo – All Dat I Do ft Cre8tive x 93Bread x Kil’lab

New Orleans artist Jakk Jo took his talents and headed to the great city of Dallas, TX to record his new anthem “All Dat I Do.”

Connecting with artists Cre8tive, 93Bread, and Kil’lab – Jakk Jo delivers the dancey, summertime influenced single laced with Carribean steel drums and trap-influenced drums. Miami producer General Savage almost outshines the whole crew on this release with an amazing soundscape with Jakk and company to get off on.  With an extremely melodic hook, be careful playing “All Dat I Do” as one listen might just have this song stuck in your head. For fans on 03 Greedo, NBA Youngboy, Kevin Gates, and more Jakk Jo is definitely an artist to pay attention to in 2020 with music videos for Value Myself, Graduated, and W.M.3. already available and more music is headed your way. A song for the club or a private turn up at the house “All Dat I Do” has an instant appeal with quality production and an upbeat, catchy chorus.

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Jakk Jo, who’s based out of New Orleans has teamed up with the up and coming Dallas Artists:  Cre8tive, 93Bread and Kil’lab to bring you this club lullaby “All Dat I Do” with a release date of January 17th, 2020.  Jakk Jo decided to go to the most underground music complex in Dallas, Texas to record his new studio single.  It is rare that condescending artists inquire about a song as it is being recorded in the studio and ask, “Who’s that”?  One must remember that the studio is surrounded by sleepless studio rats whose ears are jaded by the unrelenting sounds of hundreds of artists who come through a week, so when these sleepless zombies arise and start humming the chorus you know that you have something special.  It also helps when you have upcoming producer General Savage from Miami to create an Afro-Caribbean sound to keep you moving throughout the song.  The only thing in contention is who has the best verse Jakk Jo, Cre8tive, 93 Bread or Kil’lab?


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