AD x Sorry Jaynari

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“Chunky street-level grit vibing through ratchet beats, squiggly synths and aggro spitfire”Red Bull

He can rap in double-time, and he can deliver an absolute monster hook when he wants to. Mostly, though, he just wants to run through walls like a juggernaut. And when you’re listening to him, you get the feeling that you can do the same thing…the next time you’re trying to pull the roof off a Hyundai Excel with your teeth, you’re going to want some music like this in your life.” – Stereogum

Since its inception, hip-hop has always reached new heights when two creative minds come together—especially on the west coast. From Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre to YG and DJ Mustard, rappers and producers based in California have consistently brought the gritty sound of the streets to the masses, ushering a regional sound into the mainstream arena.

AD and Sorry Jaynari are putting their own spin on the formula. The former, an MC hailing from Compton, earned his street stripes as a Crip, pouring his life experiences into numerous mixtapes including 2013’S Project A and 2015’s Blue.89, which netted the hit “Juice” that racked up 972,000 hits on YouTube. Jaynari cut his teeth elsewhere as part of the all-star production team League of Starz, pivotal in the jerk movement (his first big credit was on New Boyz’s triple-platinum single “Tie Me Down” featuring Ray J in 2010) and continuing on to build the current “Young California” sound, as well as Rich Homie Quan’s platinum-certified “Walk Thru” featuring Problem and Tyga’s smash “Faded” featuring Lil Wayne.

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Press Releases

Compton’s AD Shows Him Being At Crossroads Between Street Life and Success with “40s” Video
🔵 You Can Take the Boy “Out The Hood” but…🔵
Rapper/Producer Duo AD and Sorry Jaynari Drop the Hardest-Hitting West Coast Rap Project of 2017
Compton’s AD and Producer Sorry Jaynari Recruit Wiz Khalifa for an 8-Bit Banger
#CripLivesMatter: AD and G. Perico Announce Their Allegiances Over a Sorry Jaynari Heater
Compton Gangster AD Brings G-Funk Back with League-of-Starz Producer Sorry Jaynari on The Last of the ’80s, Shares “Basic” ft. OT Genasis

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