Hip Hop is not the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Boston and The New England area. You’ll probably think of a few different genres of music before Hip Hop comes up. “Words From The Wise” by Jay Dot Deep can possibly cause a paradigm shift in what’s going on right now. TEAUXNY, Sy Ari Da Kid, and Ls all chipped in on the production that has a spacey feel to it. Sy Ari plays no games straight out the gate saying “Weak niggas don’t condone power . See, when you work for yourself you choose your own hours. You put a lease on your soul nigga, we own ours”. Quentin Miller keeps up the pace rhyming “I just got off the PS4, and wrote a verse to RIP y’all boys, now pass me my controller”, and keeps going in later on saying “Whoa, life changing conversations on the phone. Whoa, your favorite rapper on the incoming call. Whoa, red button, send his ass to voicemail. Whoa, I don’t need nobody, you can’t tell?” Jay Dot Deep plays clean up man, as the beat shifts, and he made sure that he sent it out the park. He ends his verse with “Start with crawling through the trenches, can’t just talk it to existence. Gotta march, and move the distance, can’t go walk to with this instance. Get the farthest through your fitness. Hit the target through persistence. Food for thought, don’t do the dishes, it’s more for you to ingest.” This is a savage song to say the least, and it seems like Jay Dot isn’t going anywhere anytime soon.