J Cannon’s Santana Services II is on the way very soon and “Superstition” is the first visual off the project that gets the visual treatment.
The bouncy track,complimented by heavy 808s, features Cannon’s signature flow as he kicks around “Superstitious” verses that display his astute wordplay along with an infectious hook. Cannon kicks off the ARTDLRS-produced song hard with Instagrammable-lyrics such as “Pardon my superstition, money my true religion,” and “I need my pockets sloppy,” with many more dope one-liners.
Blessed with the direction of Roman Lane, Cannon’s red and blue visual is simple with its flashes cash, drugs, anime and of course beautiful women.
J Cannon will be performing at the first annual HoodStock Day in his hometown this weekend on May 13.