Jon Bellion

One, two, three
Uh and here we go

Sending this message into space with my ray gun
Hoping that important ears will hear this when the days done
So far it's been great fun
You would swear I've been playing with myself
Cause I been doing me since day one
They used to swear that I would never have a smash hit
Now I see them haters double-take no adlibs
Cause what comes from his lips is crack, chapstick
What I'm composing, I'm singing, mixing, and writing bars
So I guess I make it easy to pick out my flaws
Cause when one things crazy another's subpar
So I guess I gotta make it work tr-tr-triple times as hard
The engineers will have my head is the mix is off
Rappers will be coming at my neck if the 16 is wrong
Singers keep telling me that I got a couple vocals flaws
But every single one of them is like Yo! Your talents raw

I think I'm heading in the right direction

Yeah first time listening to me
If you just popped a mixtape in or something
This is what I do. I make feel good music
I guess don't expect anything more or less
I just make whatever I feel like making

So please don't try and save me
This is how my story ends
This keeps me from going crazy
So I'll be writing 'til my death
I'm on my 3AM flow and I'm chilling with these lights low
This tracks too sexy I might just call a friend and see where the night goes

Buy yeah, like I said
The label is Beautiful Mind
My name is Jon Bellion and the mixtape is Scattered Thoughts Vol. 1
Welcome, hope you like it. Word!
Yo, This beat is tough
I mean I made it but this beat is tough
I can say that


Strictly a producer at age 14, Bellion became increasingly fed up with being asked for generic records. After literally giving singing and rapping "a shot" out of frustration, the now 25 year old Bellion has developed an incredibly unique lane untouched by anyone. His obsession with moving forward and experimentation has driven him to create "solid and refreshing tunes", and in the words of Jon himself "that's all that really matters"

Jon's 2010 mixtape "Scattered Thoughts Vol. ... Read More