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Esparo releases first quarantine visual ‘In the Attic’ from brand new project ‘Free Jagg’: Watch

The project features Jay Robb, Quizz & Bakem$, and Chicago’s own King Von.

Inspired by a childhood friend who has been imprisoned in connection to a “friendly fire”, which has changed our lives forever, Esparo released the first visual from his new ten-track project aptly titled ‘Free Jagg’. Sticking to his original plan to remain active during times of uncertainty, the artist made the best of his current situation in quarantine. Using his home as a video location, the New York-native rapper makes sure his message isn’t hindered or restrained by anything or anyone. In the clean visual, he has video call cameos from friends like Lil Durk and it opens with a phone call from Jagger Freeman himself. Sadly, Freeman has tested positive for the COVID-19, but he has not been given the option to come home. We’ll keep him in our prayers.

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