Aug. 16, 2012
-- Skillful talent, lyricism, and rousing themes are evident on the successful release of 92nd Division’s Thank.God.I’
m.Fijah. (T.G.I.F.). With ever changing lyrics and varied musical compositions, Fijah’s created a mix-tape that is appealing to a multitude of listeners. The New Orleans rapper who has opened up for many of Hip-Hop’s finest (Rick Ross, Big Sean, Wiz Khalifa, and Curren$y), can easily brag on his rapping abilities, but humbly approaches the entertainment industry tackling it as a business.
Self-produced, T.G.I.F. is a little comedic, poetic, hubristic, and rhythmic. Methodically producing many of the tracks, Fijah seeks to provide his audience with music that is relevant and filled with substance. Says Fijah, “my music is filled with an amazing flair that separates me from other artists.” Lyrically, Fijah competes with Hip-Hop’s upper echelon rapping on a host of contemporary topics ranging from the social to the playful.
m.Fijah. follows the success of Fijah’s previous releases, Art Imitates Life and Beignets and Business. For more information on Fijah or to listen to T.G.I.F. visit the website: http://www.ForeverFijah.com