Jon Connor Returns With Lyrical Vengeance & Homicide On New, Homicide Freestyle

Jon Connor, is back with a vengeance.  The Flint, Michigan emcee, who is mostly known for being signed to the legendary and iconic Dr. Dre’s Aftermath Entertainment, announced earlier this year that after nearly 5 1/2 years at the label and with no album released that he had left the label.

Trying to make up for lost time, Connor finally returns today with a killer new freestyle over Logic and Eminem’s very talked about collaboration, Homicide.  Giving a very lyrically vengeful homicide over the creeping double-time instrumental, the Michigan native shows why he can lyrically stand with most any emcee alive on the new freestyle, which was premiered earlier today through  Even possibly Em himself and why he’s had praise for his lyrically superb emceeing from everyone from such greats as Scarface, to Nas, The Game, Busta Rhymes and fellow Michigan native, Royce Da 5’9″.

Connor’s masterful ability of multis rivaling that of some of the most skilled emcees and technicians in all of Hip-Hop today, whether it be KXNG CROOKED, Joell Ortiz, Royce, Tech N9ne, Twista, Freddie Gibbs, and Horseshoe Gang, to name just a few.  Such bars as, “Alright I gotta remind y’all, n***as couldn’t fvck with me if they took all of the hottest rappers and combined y’all.  By far.  You said nobody can see you.  Mothervckers, it’s a difference, nobody tryin’ to find y’all.”  As well as, “Y’all praise n***as that do the least work.  I bless beats, like I’m doing the Priests work.”  Just a few of the bars and lines that prove and show it.