Jered Sanders is an artist with skills. It’s a shame we don’t talk about him more. He has an arsenal of rhymes and flows. And those flows are complemented by sick metaphors that go beyond what a lot of other rappers are doing today.
Jered fell in love with Hip Hop when he was in elementary school, influenced by 2pac and others by the time he got to high school.
In 2013 he dropped his debut EP, "While You Were Waiting" but after that he went through some changes and development. That began in 2014 when Jered became a youth minister at his church and decided it had to rep for the kids in a better way, and drop better music than what he had been putting out. So he decided to sharpen his skills.
That change led to his debut and second full length albums, Daylight Savings Time and Hope Is Dope.