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J-Live - Release The Secret EP

J-Live Reveal The Secret EP
J-Live - Release The Secret EP
(12") BBE Music BBE12047, 2007-10-22

A1. The Incredible
A2. Once Upon A Mic
A3. Practice (Magnificent Mix)
B1 Feel Like Spittin'
B2. Red Light Green Light
B3. Practice (Spaghetti Bender Mix)

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After a two year hiatus, J-Live follows his last critically acclaimed full length "The Hear After" with a sneak attack in the form of the 6 song EP "Reveal The Secret".

"I want this to feel like it came outa nowhere. I want the people that have it to feel special, you know. Let them spread the word that I’m back. Pass it on before the album drops. You know… let the cat out the bag, reveal the secret."

Its no secret that J has worked with his fair share of elite producers in the past. And although this fall’s mini project is just a precursor, it is no different. Reveal the Secret features production by DJ Jazzy Jeff, DJ Spinna, Da Beatminerz, Marco Polo and Oddisee.

"My people have been dying for me and Spinna to get back in the lab. He’s been down since day one. We have a couple other joints on the album too" The album, titled "Then What Happened" is due out 2008. But in the meantime, the EP will serve as a best foot forward, on J’s path to share his music with the world, break out of obscurity and "Reveal the Secret".


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