This album is tough from the intro, “Heavy” and gets tougher by each track to the end, “Delusions of Grandeur”. I’ve personally been listening to this EP since it dropped and I love it!
Through the EP you can feel the heavy burdens CeeJ expresses clearly. From biological daddy issues to brother in prison, fake pastors, cousin being stabbed to the freedom God provides when you accept Jesus as your personal Savior no matter your trials and tribulations.
I personally love artists who are lyricist, and transparent with a lot of substance I can relate too in their music. CeeJ is definitely one of them! The only complaint I have about “Heavy” is it is only an EP! CeeJ give us listeners some more music. 😁 “CeeJ – Heavy” is Bookkeeper approved! 👍🏿👍🏿👍🏿👍🏿👍🏿
For lovers of Thi’sl, Bizzle, Dre Murray.
Heavy, Measure, 100 Blessings, Winter, Priceless, Bird, Delusions of Grandeur 😁
God you can use me glad to be the vessel/
Dwane Johnson ain’t no need to wrestle
3. 💯 Blessings
4. Winter (feat. Pat Styles)
6. Bird (feat. Brittney Brackett)
7. Delusions of Grandeur (feat. Mekesha Watson)
Born in Morganton NC, raised between there and Greensboro NC, and currently residing in Spartanburg SC; CeeJ has established himself as a voice for the Carolina’s. Having a lyrical presence that challenges listeners to keep the essence of Hip Hop alive. CeeJ brings style and a certain confidence that resonates with his audience as authentic and transparent. This is the basis of his music and ministry as he thrives on having an open heart approach.