||Brand New Me||MC Jin||3:46||$1.29||View in iTunes|
||Going Places (feat. Christina K)||MC Jin||4:08||$1.29||View in iTunes|
||Number 1 (feat. ZG)||MC Jin||3:07||$1.29||View in iTunes|
||Apology (feat. Joseph Vincent)||MC Jin||3:18||$1.29||View in iTunes|
||State of Mind (feat. Christina K)||MC Jin||4:19||$1.29||View in iTunes|
||Feel Good (feat. Toestah & Joseph Vincent )||MC Jin||4:03||$1.29||View in iTunes|
Arguably the first Asian-American solo rapper to blow up in the States, Jin hit the scene in 2001, dominating "Freestyle Friday" battles on 106 & Park and earning a deal with Ruff Ryders, who were at the absolute height of their powers. His debut single, "Learn Chinese," recycled a classic Das EFX beat and costarred Wyclef. Then his first album, The Rest Is History, finally dropped in the fall of 2004. In the meantime, he added acting to his résumé and appeared in the first 2 Fast 2 Furious film. After lackluster album sales, he parted ways with RR and went the indie route. Ever since, he's steadily been releasing under-the-radar material (The Emcee's Proper?Ganda, I Promise, ABC, and more). Brand New Me is his third EP of 2012, and it finds him reflecting on his career, showing his love for the ladies, and giving props to the Lord over a half-dozen shiny pop beats. Though it's a far cry from his early battle-tested material, there's still some good stuff here. Most notable are "State of Mind," "Feel Good," and the title track.
Jin is one of my favorite artists. You can tell he honestly cares about his craft! You can see that in his lyrics. I'm loving this EP! The beats are great and Jin delivers. I'd recommend it!
sick album true spiritual lifestyle lyrics… gotta cop it everyone...
Must Get it!
Lovin the tracks, inspirational with good beats n the lyrics are off the chain!
Fan of Jin for almost a decade now n he always seems to inspire n surpise me. God Bless!
PJ - 97.1 Amp FM Radio LA