Spinabenz, the Jacksonville, Florida rapper featured on the viral hit “Who I Smoke“, has just released his new project “The Tornado Kidd” and visuals for “Country Gospel Drill Song.” Across 20-tracks, Spinabenz delivers a project that exhibits the full-fledged force of his artistic arsenal. From slick, crooning tracks, to exhilarating Jacksonville-style cuts, and introspective and melody-driven offerings, Spinabenz displays he can truly do it all. On the heartfelt track “I Need A Therapist“, Spinabenz reflects on his demons and deep reflections accompanied by a smooth guitar and gliding keys. “Why I Did That” is a bold, cut-throat track that perfectly presents Spinabenz’s natural bravado and ability to craft music that is equally riveting as it is catchy, “Country Gospel Drill Song” is a track like no other, combining all the diverse sonic nuances of the Florida music scene seamlessly. On the song, Spinabenz channels his inner Keith Urban over a punchy, upbeat instrumental primed for a lit party or late-night drive in you Ford F-150. The rural visuals for the track show Spinabenz in a barn draped in full denim, kickin’ up dust with a line dancing cohort, and riding around in a lifted, American flag wrapped truck. In a litter under 37 minuets, The Tornado Kidd proves through energizing lyrics, memorable hooks, and dynamic flows that Spinabenz is much more than a viral moment and that he is a forerunner in the standout Jacksonville hip-hop scene.
Spinabenz exploded onto the scene with the mega-hit “Who I Smoke” with Yungeen Ace, Whoppa With Da Choppa, and FastMoney Goon, which is sitting at over 100 million streams across platforms. The Vanessa Carlton-sample flip plus the preppy visuals showing all parties involved playing golf at a country club and sporting Polo shirts, lit cigars, freshly-ironed khakis, and matching visors set the internet ablaze in March of 2021. Spinabenz had already broekn out onto the scene before with his “BeatBox” Remix in January of 2021 which garnered over 12 million streams across platforms. Leading up to the release of “The Tornado Kidd,” Spinabenz released the singles “Big Ass Choppa” and “Murda Talk Pt. 3“, with the two tracks serving as an impressive sampler for the project. After a string of impressive singles, a viral record, and a captivating sound, Spinabenz is ready to take over.