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Updated: Mar 2, 2023

LawJQ is a Rap artist and music video director from The Bronx, New York.

Although he was born and brought up in The Bronx, New York. His family hails from Linden, Guyana and moved to America to escape Guyana’s Rupununi Uprising. He is a strong follower of Rastafari.

Ever since he was a child, he was brought up around various influences in music. His mother played a wide range of artists, such as Shabba Ranks, Mary J Blige, Tupac, Big Daddy Kane, DMX, and many more!

The Bronx rapper is known for his acts and songs against racism, injustice, and poverty.

“'Now Feel Me'' is LawJQ's third album, after ''Higher Frequencies'' and ''I feel You''. The album contains 8 tracks, with only one featuring Balla ghost.

Through his album, he speaks for the depressed, the underdogs, and those who struggle to find their path in poverty. With multiple dimensions to his artistry, chances are there’s a song for every emotion hidden inside this album.

Pick a random track from Lawjq's discography, then you will have a hard time forgetting his music, his sound sticks in your mind for a long time.

You can feel and touch that 90s and 80's hip hop nostalgia in ''Now Feel Me'', It is easy to catch DMX's strength, Biggie's chemistry, and the revolutionary spirit of N.W.A and many more. Which proves that LawJQ is a real hip-hop head and a goal-driven rapper who can shape his style in multiple ways.

The album is a manifestation of his psyche, personality, and personal life events. LawJQ's choice of topics, energy, and complex delivery will fly the rapper to the top of the scene in a few years.

In the intro track, the first sound you hear is a tape cassette begin playing. He's just ready to shoot some heavy lyrics.

The album is a manifesto, where LawJQ reveals his thoughts on mental health, depression and resilience. The album’s theme is war, as I see it, and I'm sure he stands with my vision, not even deliberately but you can't live in miriness without ending up as a warrior. Life is a war, this is a fact and a principle LawJQ lives by.

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