Music: JD. Reid – Tree

Over the last couple of years, London producer JD. Reid has proven to be one of the most exciting and versatile producers about. With previous collaborations with the likes of D Double E, Novelist and Kojey Radical, his intricate, layered, jazzy and soulful beats have provided us with memorable soundscapes which illustrate his talents as a beatmaker and musician.

On his new mixtape Tree, JD. Reid brings out a heavy-hitting list of collaborators. The likes of Chloe Bodur, Fatima, 808INK, Henry Wu, Venna, Jevon, Katie B and Jay Prince (amongst others) help create an impressive and memorable project full of replay value. From the experimental beat on “Tree” with Chloe Bodur, the jazzy dancefloor jam on “Just Know” with Henry Wu and Venna, the eerie tone of “Root” with Mr Mitch to the grit and raw energy of “Different” with Bossman Birdie and Ghetts, each songs brings heaps of personality and positive vibes that guarantee you bob your head and move.

Listen to JD. Reid’s impressive new project Tree below via Spotify. Make sure to support!


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