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Published on January 13th, 2023 | by Bryson "Boom" Paul


Jai Money XL & Dubz XL Can’t Break Old Habits In “Stuck In My Ways”

The XL Gang is on the rise and quickly becoming one of hip-hop’s hottest new groups. Today, the posses’ brightest stars, Jai Money XL and Dubz XL link up for the intriguing new single and music video titled “Stuck In My Ways.”

A follow-up to the buzzing Jai Money XL’s latest single “Ask Madden (Unmastered), “Stuck In My Ways” displays the fun-and-rowdy incidents that occur during a Hennessey-driven house party. Jai and Dubz trade verses about inescaping their bad habits, but enjoy being the life of the party. The music video courses through the function, showing passed-out party animals and NSFW situations. It’s a must-see.

“I gotta stop drinking but I’m stuck in my ways.. that hook really hits home,” says Ryan Parker in the song’s press release.

“Jai Money has a very original flow and unique style,” said Nolan Hardie about the new artist’s style.

Jai Money XL is a standout act with a charismatic flow, trendy wordplay, and relatable subject matter. In 2022, he accrued a buzz with the release of a series of undeniable hit singles with “Chillin’,” “I’m So High,” and “Monster.”

For Jai Money XL, “Stuck In My Ways” is the prelude to the rising artist’s forthcoming album, Hennyville, slated for 2023 on Stars Fam ENT. For newfound fans, “Stuck In My Ways” is the perfect introduction to the new artist and the uprising posse. “Love the song but I’ve been waiting for the album forever, drop HENNYVILLE already,” said Remy Rosario.

“Stuck In My Ways” is shot by Lurcative Youth Productions.

Stream it here and watch “Stuck In My Ways” below, and afterward, feel free to follow Jai Money XL on social media.

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Bryson "Boom" Paul is a well-known journalist and media correspondent. He has written for OC Weekly, LA Weekly, Dallas Observer, Hip Hop DX, The Source and more. Throughout 13-plus years, he has interviewed the biggest names in music, like Tyler the Creator, 50 Cent and Sean Paul.

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