GeminiJynX Drops Off ‘City Of Gems’

New York City rhymer GeminiJynX, returns with the release of his City Of Gems project. Since its release, it has been dubbed a masterpiece by many and let me tell you why!

GeminiJynX’s brand new album is jam packed with some of NYC’s hottest rising rappers and Hip Hop legends. While dropping gems on hip-hop culture. His intentions for this project were to combine the sounds of old school and new school with a modern day twist. This album is nostalgic to hip-hop heads all over — bringing something relatable yet brand new and refreshing. 

Welcome to The ‘City Of Gems’

City of Gems features trendy tracks like Young Devante-produced single, Flood The Town featuring Brandon Rose & Jadakiss and Stay Lit Pt.2 feat Trap Manny HBTL produced by 7ink. His album also includes singles, “California Love’n” featuring Tropico produced by PilotKid as well as PennzStation-produced hits “Legit” tapping Styles P, Cap Tha Don, & Don Q while linking up with Jim Jones and SNS on “Choosy (Still Ballin)”.  

The GeminiJynX Effect

GeminiJynX was born and bred in the mecca of hip hop – New York City. As a result, he learned his way around the studio at a young age. This same interest grew into an unquenchable need for music, creating an unbreakable affinity with it.

After doubling down on his brand, growing his following and spanning numerous seams of the culture — the top was in clear view for this talented emcee. GeminiJynX has earned over 1 million streams worldwide, as well as key placements on Hot97, Worldstar, Thisis50, and again here on All Dat Noise! Stay tuned here for more on this breakout artist. For now, take a listen to his most recent drop off titled, City Of Gems. Let us know what you think!

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