Rapper TwonDon has been working his way up from the bottom for years, and now he's finally seeing the bright limelight. The lyricist hailing from Englewood, New Jersey first broke out on the scene back in 2008 at the age of 14 with his first song "I'm Busy." Over the years, TwonDon established his buzz in the Tri-State area after the release of his New York Jets theme "Green & White," which is his remix of Wiz Khalifa's "Black & Yellow."

As of late, TwonDon has linked up with other up & comers such as Miami artist Bizzy Crook and the A$AP Mob's own A$AP Ant. With the upcoming release of his new project Stay Golden, TwonDon is ready to release his first single off the EP, which is executively produced by his big brother and mentor Smoke DZA. In "Too Committed," Twon throws down some dope bars with DZA, who provides the closing verse, over the Brandon Lee- produced single.

Look out for more from TwonDon and listen to "Too Committed" below.