J. Morgan – “65 On The Dash” ft Bubba Ca$h
Today veteran Bay Area rapper J Morgan (previously known as J-Doe) releases the visual to his new song “65 On The Dash” ft Bubba Cash.
Taking a page out of your favorite rapper’s book of one liners for his song title, J Morgan stunts in a clean Tesla Model X SUV with butterfly doors alongside his partner in crime Bubba Cash who also produced, mixed and mastered the song himself.
“The track is called 65 on the Da$h, it is a collaboration with Bubba Ca$h,” J Morgan explained. “The video was shot in Alameda California,I put the shoot together with a Tesla Model X and we got some great shots on a beautiful day. Bubba Ca$h produced this song. We engineered the session ourselves in my studio and Bubba Ca$h mixed and mastered it.”
For the Noble Cinema directed visual, Nobe Inf Gang, shot and cut by the video that was directed by Nobe, Bubba Ca$h and J Morgan himself.
Spinning around an airport lot doing donuts and rapping with the butterfly doors open, these to emcee’s drop a visual with lyrics that draws on some of Texas’ screwed up days, while capturing the best of the Bay Area’s independent movement.
“I love the diversity we have in the Bay Area, there are so many different artists to look up to and find inspiration. The independent game is crazy and being raised in a region that helped push the independent mentality made it easy to make the decision to pursue a career in music,” J Morgan said. “I’ve opened up shows for Ras Kass, The Jacka, San Quinn, Berner, Sellassie and Love Rance and it really helped me grow a fan base. I think I owe that to the music scene here.”
This track finds a home on J Morgan’s album called Free Life, acollaboration with Bubba Ca$h. J Morgan’s Free Life will be his 17th project and his 7th under the J Morgan moniker.
Needless to say it’s been a crazy year for J. Morgan despite the impact of COVID-19 he remained busy releasing two projects including Free Life.
“Bubba Ca$h mixed and mastered the album and produced 4 of the songs and Nobe Inf Gang produced two of the songs. The album is my 2nd project I have dropped this year and I’m currently working on a handful of solo songs,” J. Morgan said. “I had shows booked for August, September and October in San Francisco and the Los Angeles area but everything was officially cancelled. Outside of that, I did a Facebook Live performance with Stevieboy Muziq and I’m currently working on some unique live stream events but in person shows are not something I wanna focus on until people start going back out and living normal.”