Jonah – ‘Priceless’

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A talented independent artist who has been kicking around Houston’s local scene for the past few years, Jonah is well on his way to becoming a true hip-hop icon. After rising to prominence a few years ago with the release of his debut record, ‘The Arrival’, he’s been releasing a prolific stream of singles throughout 2021, building a legacy that is stretching well into the new year.

While his last single, the brilliant ‘Trust Issues 2’, delivered a flurry of innovative new school beats, his latest cut harks back to his early days, layering more spacious melodies with high-stepping alt-RnB anthems. Polished to perfection and delivered with unyielding confidence, ‘Priceless’ arrives as a unique acid-soaked track that perfectly introduces Jonah’s new project, ‘Back to the Southside’.

After working hard to buy his own studio, Jonah’s career has been a constant source of progressive, alt-rap anthems, drawing praise from both the local and international scenes. With a number of impressive, but criminally under-appreciated albums to his name, Jonah is a truly independent artist who is working hard for the love of music.

Available now on most major platforms, as well as part of our very own annual Spotify playlist for 2022, ‘Priceless’ is a track that proves just how far Jonah will go in the new year.

Recently, Jonah celebrated over 1,000,000 total streams on Spotify, a massive milestone that serves as a true testament to his abilities. Tune into the new cut above and make sure you lend your support to Jonah by following him on Spotify and his social media pages below.

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