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Liquid Crystal

I don't know anything about John Robinson, but J. Rawls in an incredible producer so I bought this album based solely on his track record. The Liquid Crystal Projects are incredible instrumental albums. He blends hip hop and jazz so wonderfully. Great music to study to or just chill to. More hip hop should sound like this.


if u like real hip hop this album is fire......must have.

john robinson

Remember hearing john robinson on this blue sky black death remix a couple months back. he just was killing it lyrically, raspy voice fusing with the ocean of jazzy hiphop. Listened to that track like crazy. Under the ocean lives a whole lota talent, but some of this talent is forming waves and its hitting the people on shore. this guy hit me with a metaphorical tital wave for sure. My suggestion, just for throwing out an idea, is to listen to a couple big tracks with just him and J.R. such as
1 of the greatest
Jazz unconditional
Type sounds
If your feeling the jazzy hip hop ocean these dudes are creating, flowing on you, then definately pick up this album and check out More John robinson!


Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s

Known throughout the world of independent rap for his production skills, J. Rawls has built tracks for Mos Def and Talib Kweli and El da Sensei plus his day job, Lone Catalysts, with J. Sands. The Essence of J. Rawls, his first solo album, featured guests J-Live, Doseone, and Asheru, among many others. The Essence of Soul followed...
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The 1960's Jazz Revolution Again, J. Rawls
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Hip-Hop/Rap, Music
  • Released: Aug 28, 2009

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