J.K. The Reaper finally drops his debut album Digital Tears.
J.K. The Reaper has put in work in the underground rap game for the past four years. After dropping a handful of EP’s and collaborating with Miami’s prominent indie rappers from N3ll to Denzel Curry, the Greensboro, NC native finally comes through with his official debut album Digital Tears.
“It’s so personal, vulnerable, and about something I wanted to talk about for years but never had the courage to,” Reaper said about his favorite song “Pills.” “I watched Nick Leon and Telescope Thieves produce it together and finally found it in me.”
The 11-track album is primarily Reaper dropping dark rhymes created over the last couple of years over production from Ronny J, Nick León, and more. J.K. only calls on frequent collaborator Twelve’Len to throw down on “Dead 2 Me.” He’s the sole featured artist on the album.
“Seeing her move on and build a life with someone else, I could finally say ‘Fuck you,'” J.K. said about the collabo. “It’s the perfect song for Twelve’Len to get on. His verse is actually him speaking through me.”
Stream J.K. The Reaper’s debut album Digital Tears below.