Jack Da Union presents hardcore rap with his new single ‘Lock Down’ it has the same rhythm that causes an uproar (in a good way) with the classic Nas and Puff Daddy track ‘You Can Hate Me Now.’ However, set with a British twist and a gritty attitude, Jack Da Union shares all living in the underground notorious streets of London.

The track has an underlining message that people need to avoid going down the dark road that will leave one ‘on lockdown, lockdown.’ He tells of his past, his new life and the struggles of being persistent in avoiding the ‘dark side’. The track was produced by Ayo Beatz, who’s worked with the likes of Ms. Banks and DJ Ironik. ‘Lock Down’ is full of consciousness about living the hard knock life and the battle to be a man of integrity.


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