Jack Gregory
Jack Gregory
29 Mar 2020

Florida rap music has developed into something of its own sub-genre over the past ten years and the distinct bounce and southern drawl that Florida rappers have made so famous are only continuing to morph into something even cooler. Presently, Breadwinna Gdawg (which is easily one of the best rap names out) is holding it down for his home state and the Palm Coast native is only strengthening his vice grip on the region with each new releases he gifts fans. Most recently Gdawg unloaded his 4 Headed Goat mixtape that showed several different sides and skillsets of the budding artist and he left zero doubt about his natural rapping ability, as he spits his impassioned and genuine lyrics across all of the sixteen tracks that are apart of this project.

Breadwinna Gdawg can flat out rap and while he may not be doing lyrical gymnastics on the beat, he still brings unique flows and non-recycled lyrics to each beat he hops on. 4 Headed Goat has but three guest verses, but the artists included are all heavy-hitters in their own right, featuring fellow Floridians 9lokknine, Yungeen Ace, and Lil Poppa. I was quite impressed with this project and while Breadwinna Gdawg is still in the early stages of his career it is obvious that he will have quite a bit of longevity in the music world.