Erk Tha Jerk – Reach The Top (feat. J. Myers)


Posted on November 10, 2010
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Erk Tha Jerk has received major radio spins, amassed hundreds of thousands of views on YouTube, has had a video in rotation on MTV2, and has performed around the country – all without a debut album in stores. No longer, as today marks the release ofNerd’s Eye View, the long-awaited debut release from the self-proclaimed Hood Nerd. To celebrate the album, Erk is releasing, “Reach The Top” featuring J. Myers, a track that offers insight and triumphant proclamations from an artist both reaching a new career plateau and striving harder still to continue on an upward progression.

“I wanted people to hear a detailed description of my story,” says Erk, who also produces and directs his own videos. “Where I came from – not the streets, but growing up as a kid; what the neighborhood looked like and how that helped shape me.” Producer Invasion provides the Richmond, California rapper with a wonderfully soulful backdrop to tell that story, as Erk raps lines like, “I am straight from the bottom/ The struggle, it’s not a problem/ New Jordan’s, I never got ‘em/ My momma couldn’t afford ‘em/ My father was talking mortgage/ 16, I started wilding,” and “Knew I was gonna shine even when my girl didn’t/ And look y’all, it’s happening just like Gerald said it/ So to my city, I’m just trying to put you on,” giving listeners a chance to view the world through Erk’s signature wide rimmed glasses.


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  • 1 comments
    Saafir
    Saafir

    its good to hear good things about good rappers from the bay area, i swear it seem like we always get swept under the rug wen it comes to hip hop, wen in reality we contributed alot to hip hop. That hyphy shit is dead an will never come back lol