Chuck D. from Public Enemy said that Jabee's music "has the potential to change the world." The Emmy Award winner and Oklahoma rapper arranges melodic rhymes over soulful cuts that never fail to impress me.
The jazzy piano pushes the chorus in "Savior," which welcomes Jabee's words like an awaited guest. But he sits where he belongs and is now at home. You can hear what he's capable of on the other tracks of the Good EP produced by Ocnductor Williams, where we hear the voices of Boldy James and Blu too in the experimental hip hop orbit of the short album.