MP3 J Self - The Album
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Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: Already named to "Cisco’s Music World Top Ten Hottest Albums in the Mid-West" since his April release, J-SELF "Chicago’s Uncrowned King of Hip-Hop" has combined old school flava with new school tracks for music that you can laugh, cry and learn from
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J-SELF is a self made entrepreneur from Chicago’s south side. J-SELF began breakdancing to music from various hip-hop icons like DJ KOOL HERC, KRS-ONE, ERIC B & RAKIM, MC LYTE’ and many others. A barber by trade, J-SELF used his earnings to finance his first EP. J-SELF then began to align himself with the movers and shakers of the industry to score numerous opening act performances for some of the biggest names in hip-hop. He has opened concerts/shows for Busta Rhymes, Eve, Elephant Man, and even Jay Z’s after concert party in Chicago. J-SELF didn’t stop there, he has put Chicago on notice by winning the 107.5 WGCI "FRESHEST MC CONTEST" and having his hit single "SAY WHAT" placed in heavy rotation with local DJ’s. Today J-SELF is a permanent staple on the Chicago music and entertainment scene with his face on commercials, as well as top rated cable shows like "REAL FLAVA TV". Currently J-SELF is co-starring in a cable comedy series sitcom about the music industry, its slated for nation-wide release later this fall. J-SELF has now released his most entertaining album yet with J-SELF: The Album. Combining old school flava with the hottest tracks J-SELF has made music you can laugh to, cry to and learn from. Since his mid-april release J-SELF has set a fire in retail stores (190+ sold)around Chicago garnering himself the prestigious rating in "Cisco’s Music World Top Ten Hottest Albums in the Mid-West". A reporting that is published in nationally popular entertainment newspapers. J-SELF is now among giants in the industry and will hold his own, now get that album...