For Nightclubber Lang, “Blowin’ Up” also signified the beginnings of a strong working relationship with Jern Eye. Nightclubber Lang says, “Blowin’ Up is the first track I ever did with Jern. Him and DJ Icewater (from the Pharcyde) wanted me to get on there and spit a third verse. Jern and Roc C definitely did their thing, so I just wanted to get on there and represent. It was too dope not to include on Vision.” Despite the stellar guest verses, no rhyme typifies the celebratory nature of the track better than Jern’s,
“I went from gettin’ scrapped when it came to beats / To gettin’ top choice for the sound of my speech.”
Check out this and the first fourteen tracks of Vision, out October 13 via MYX Music Label.
Also, make sure to check out this video of Jern Eye discussing his new album, Vision, as he gives insight into the concept behind the album and select songs from the album and discusses the album’s guest features and production: