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Free Mixtape: J. Monday - "The Sequel"
Posted by Emanuel Wallace at Tuesday, August 24th, 2010 at 7:30AM :: Email this article :: Print this article



From Clout Media:


J. MONDAY PRESENTS THE SEQUEL MIXTAPE

Laden with tight lyricism and clever rhyme schemes, Harrisburg, Pa., emcee J. Monday brings you his mixtape, The Sequel, sponsored by RefinedHype.com. The Capital Kid's brand of hip-hop resonates with people caught up in the daily grind. Born and bred in Pennsylvania’s capitol, the self-appointed King of the City has been building up to this moment with the prior release of songs like "Hello" where Monday formally introduces himself to the game; "Love/Hate" in which the emcee expresses his dislike for playa haters; and "Ratz" where he denounces snitches and taddle-tales.

Lethal lyrics over thorough beats are all over The Sequel. Authenticity is what Monday gives fans - real life and true stories!

Download: J. Monday - The Sequel

Tracklist:

  1. Intro
  2. Hello (prod. by The AmazNs)
  3. In the Mirror
  4. Fastlane (prod. by Trizz)
  5. Love/Hate freestyle
  6. I Don't Know
  7. Flying Rounds (prod. by The AmazNs)
  8. Murder 1
  9. You Know Who freestyle
  10. Paper Pistols
  11. Mz. Missouri (prod. by Jackpot)
  12. My Thoughts
  13. Ratz
  14. Tanqueray & OJ
  15. Living a Lie
  16. The New freestyle
  17. Same Cloth (prod. by J Yess)
  18. In Your Shoes (prod. by Geez)
  19. Outro

For more on J. Monday:
MySpace - MySpace.com/JMondayJDizz
Twitter - @TheCapitalKid

What they're saying:

"With skill, versatility and toughness, J. Monday proves he's truly the voice of his city on The Sequel." - Nathan Slavik, Managing Ed., RefinedHype.com

"The Sequel" is overall a nice introduction of J. Monday. A lot of the tracks have some really good beats and it's always a bonus in this day and age of rap/hip-hop that there isn't much of a trace of auto-tune. Thank God. J. Monday's lyrics of the daily grind, not forgetting where he's from set the foundation for a name that has a growing buzz. I don't think it will be long before one hears of J. Monday on a bigger scale." - Jacob Cristobal, Editor, Critiqulous.com

"J Monday does his best to paint the picture of whats going on in his back yard. Don’t expect to hear happy music or gimmicky tactics." - Mike Real, Editor, Skewln.com

" (J. Monday) is definitely a force to be reckoned with in the field of independent hip-hop." - DonTay Taylor, Editor, SoOffTheWall.com

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