Toronto-based rap upstart Jimmy B paid homage to his hometown on his 2015 LP Prince of the 'Borough: Ch. 1 – The BRiCKZ, and he's kicking off the new year with a fresh set of freestyles. The 23-year-old rapper has paired up with video series the Current Sessions for an accompanying clip, and Exclaim! has got your exclusive first look at it.
Jimmy B's second album heard the hip-hop rhymer spitting verses about where he grew up — most blatantly on cuts like "Kennedy Station" and "Scarborough." Now, in a video simply titled "The BRiCKZ," he's captured delivering a cappella freestyles into the camera, as he roams around his neighbourhood at night.
Watch him cleverly weave his honest, hard-hitting lines together in the simple video clip that not only shows off where Jimmy B comes from, but assures viewers that he's got bigger places still to go. Check out the clip for "The BRiCKZ" below.