From the forthcoming LP His Own Self hitting March 17th.
New music from J-Live’s forthcoming LP, His Own Self, due March 17th. Peep the tracklist below: 1. Peace, Be Still 2. Mic Singletary 3. Pay It Forward 4. Old Shit 5. I Just Don’t 6. Get It Together 7. I Am a Man (American Justice) 8. Red and The Kid 9. Be Still, Peace 10. [cont.]
Directed by Primate Rhyme for Primat City TV. From the album, Around The Sun.
Directed by Raul Buitrago. Produced by Inspirmentalist. J-Live and Kurious help out. In the second clip, peep “Anything,” a leftover non-album track from the Hallways recording sessions.
J-Live is working on a instrumental album. “The Greatest Thing” is only a hint of what’s to come. The Greatest Thing… by J-Live
“In the wake of the recent, not so recent and far too consistent tragedies and travesties of justice concerning Black men women children and the police, J-Live brings you “I Am A Man (American Justice)”. The title, inspired by the iconic signs from the 1968 Memphis Sanitation Worker Strike, is a declaration of human rights. [cont.]
From J-Live’s full length album Around The Sun. Directed by J-Live.
When major labels stopped investing in acts that were built around sampling, those artists went the do-it-yourself route, resulting in the great indie hip-hop boom of roughly 1996-2006. This movement saw smaller artists pressing up their own vinyl and CD’s, and gave birth to this site as well. J-Live was a part of this school, [cont.]
J-Live’s 10th release and 6th full length album, Around The Sun marks yet another growth spurt for the indie hip hop veteran. Around The Sun features a smooth yet gritty OG boom bap New York sound. It’s a cohesive work of art, but still an eclectic listen with a wide range of production as exhibited [cont.]
Produced by PJ Katz. From the forthcoming album, J-Live Around The Sun. Available April 29th everywhere digitally.
Produced by Korede. From the forthcoming album, J-Live Around The Sun April 29, 2014.
On the 3rd sneak peek into Strange Journey Volume Three, Deacon The Villain trades verses with J-Live while Kno handles the beat and hook to reveal the concept for the project — space explorers sent on a strange journey to Earth from a distant galaxy to find intelligent & empathetic life. Do they succeed? Find [cont.]
From the forthcoming album Around The Sun. Directed by J-Live.
J-Live & J Nolan spittin’ over Stalley’s, “Fountain of Youth”. This is the third released track from J-Live’s forthcoming mixtape This Is Chess Not Checkers. “Fountain of Youth” was originally produced by Kardiak and featured Rick Ross and Nipsy Hussle.
Not sure how we missed this one. The Livest One covers the Diamond D / Brand Nubian classic. And he does all three voices – Diamond, Jamar, and Sadat. Day One…..
Produced by Oddisee. From the forthcoming J-Live full length album, Around The Sun, due Spring 2014.
J-Live delivers a Fall volume of his Hot Vs. Dope mixtape series, which presents the hottest tracks in both commercial and underground arenas. Includes a new freestyle by J-Live over Jay-Z’s “Heaven”. 1. Intro 00:43 2. Tanya Morgan – For Real 01:37 3. Yamin Semali – Another Way ft. J-Live, Boog Brown, and Joe D. [cont.]
Taken from the upcoming free album, Senior Dues (12/7) featuring Kurupt, Big Vision, Count Bass D, Phene, SmallEyez and more.
J-Live spittin’ over Jay Z’s “Heaven”, from the Magna Carta Holy Grail album. This is the second released track from J-Live’s forthcoming free mixtape This Is Chess Not Checkers.
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