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Editors’ Notes

Kingpin of the Bay's Livewire clique, J. Stalin has been extremely busy over the last six years, releasing dozens of projects, expanding his empire, and signing a gang of new artists. On Bottom of the 9th, he takes a break from the usual crime-addled steez and focuses more on the ladies, while giving ample shine to L'Jay, Livewire's resident crooner. Though this album is definitely more hardcore than your mother's R&B, it's still primarily love jams (other than the street-savvy "Oakland Boys" and the ominous "Haters"), with the requisite singing, breathy romance raps, and shimmering synths. As usual, the production is heavily influenced by the '80s (in a good way), oozing with familiar melodies and layered keyboards. Standout selections include risqué jams like "Hands on the Wall," "Show Me What U Got," and "Too Soon." After countless features, it's nice to hear L'Jay repping for a whole album.

Customer Reviews

Keep it gully

Stalin spittin as usual on here and the beats slap, but dude needa shut up wit all that singing every track. NOT FEELING IT. You got some bread now Stalin get a someone with a good voice at least if you gonna do love cuts blood


Such a good album, J stalin is heating up the bay right now. Livewire!


J puts out great street records. this is a solid collabo with L Jay..
Livewire all day


Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active:

Chosen by both E-40 and Too $hort as the next big thing out of the Bay Area, West Oakland rapper J. Stalin began making serious noise in 2006 with a series of mixtapes, a debut album, and a couple singles that captured the sound and excitement of the city's "Go" movement. Born Jovan Smith, he created his stage name in reference to Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin who, like J., was also short but "was always smashin' on everybody." A teen crack dealer, or "d-boy," he was busted at the age of 17, earning...
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Bottom of the 9th, J. Stalin
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  • $7.99
  • Genres: Hip-Hop/Rap, Music, Rap
  • Released: Feb 21, 2012
  • Parental Advisory

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