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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:


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


  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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