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Dump Truck

Dump Truck

  • By J-Mizz
  • Release 31/01/2006
  • Music Genre Rap/Hip Hop
  • Media Format CD
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This bio is about an exciting new artist named J-mizz! What is most interesting to note, is Jmizz is a transplant to the East Coast. He was born in Pine Bluff Arkansas, to a courageous woman named Daisy! Now the southern accent in his flow makes sense. Twenty minutes from gang bang Little Rock, J-Mizzz began rhyming and battling at school playgrounds and the corner. He made a name for himself as the nicest MC in Arkansas! J-Mizz later relocated to New Jersey, where he picked up some Northern game. Being that his roots came form the dirty, J-Mizz found himself back and forth from the East Coast to the dirty. Getting in trouble with the law and involved in heavy street activities he figured he'll move back home before he gets himself into something bad. He comes home, only to find out that one of his best friends, Toni Hunter, has made it to the MLB! Toni is starting at center field for the Minnesota Twirls! Great news, right, only to be dampen' by the following statement from family members: 'Some of my other friends were either killed or in jail!!'. After a six month stay Mizz starts getting ready to head back up to Jersey to pursue music again. Determined to make it and join his best friend Tony he is ready. But before he could get back to NJ, he gets into trouble and goes to jail for a year. Not much time, a year that is, but long enough to get J-Mizz focused on making his music pop off. J-Mizz has been in the game well over 10 years. Jerome Mitchner, A.K.A. J-Mizz, came into the game with a project called the 'Born Predators'. Born Predators was really him featuring two other guys, but got labeled as a group. His resume as an artist is pretty impressive! For starters, he's opened up for big acts, such as, the late great Notorious B.I.G., Fat Joe, M.O.P. Black Moon and Smiff Wesson in their prime, respectively. He also performed at world famous venues such as The Fever in the South Bronx, where a lot of great rap legends got their start. Also the Stone Pony in Asbury Park NJ where Bruce Springstein and Bon Jovi got their start. After performing for a while with great crowd response and impressing the people, Tony later founded an independent distribution company that would distribute a J-Mizz record. Tony's company, T-2 records, would promote it as well as distribute the album. With this they knew they had a shot to prove that they could move units. They started promoting J-Mizz featuring the Born Predators and the single 'Product of my environment'. With trips to different regions T2-Records promoted the single with posters, flyers and T-shirts. With this, J-Mizz team had created unbelievable buzz and the single had strong legs and began to take off slowly. It made billboard rap single charts for nearly ten weeks. With this, we started receiving calls from larger labels wanting to do business. Being impatient the guys from the Born Predators started hustling and ended up going to jail. With that we lost our situations. So, J-Mizz once again found himself back at square one with Tony Walker wanting to go at it again. But this time we see nothing but success at the end of the tunnel. So whomever signs and supports T2 Records will have the next big thing popping-off in Hip-Hop!!

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Artist: J-Mizz
Title: Dump Truck
Genre: Rap/Hip Hop
Release Date: 31/01/2006
Label: CD Baby
Media Format: CD
UPC: 634479215650
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