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Sub iZMO: Gangsta Rap

The Real J-Mill. Books, websites, rap – the man is a Certified Hustler. By compiling his knowledge of rap into a book to teach others, and creating a website to cater to niche markets, J-Mill has taken the initial steps into making him hip-hop’s next impresario. Music-wise? J-Mill is the best you’ve never heard…until now.

Every successful businessman realizes the importance of diversity. Russell Simmons had clothes, music, and Def Poetry. Master P had ‘hood movies and Nickelodeon shows. By doing something fresh, exciting, and new (writing How 2 Rap), J-Mill has created a lane that is entirely his own – one that will make him the next hip-hop impresario. Not the next Master P or the next Dame Dash – it’ll make him the first J-Mill.

J-Mill a\k\a Jamaal Makin It Livin Large has been rapping as long as he can remember. "I’ve always felt a connection to the world through music," the seasoned rapper reflects. But it wasn't until a short time later that J-Mill realized that his connection was stronger than he’d thought. What started out as writing rhymes at home in his room, turned into picking up the microphone and ripping crowds at local talent shows and the like. Anywhere J-Mill could be heard, he made his stage and after graduating high school, so began his descent on the music industry.

In 2001 J-Mill was signed to an independent label in Baltimore, MD and decided to pursue music full time as a career. Due to business matters and poor management, the deal fell through and J-Mill was back to square one. With a hard lesson learned and a short hiatus, J-Mill erupted back on the scene in 2004, honing his craft and creating unstoppable rhymes. He’s also added published author to his resume, as J-Mill recently released his new book “The Official How To Rap Manual” (, distributed by his own label, Streetz Certified Records. The Book is also available on Amazon and has been getting great reviews by its readers.

2008, J-Mill is back and hungrier than ever. And he’s no stranger to hard work, as J-Mill is constantly working on new material and projects. “Usually when I say I do everything myself people look at me like they don't believe me. I literally recorded my cd, paid for studio time, paid for a graphic designer, arranged things with the manufacturer, took the photos, approved the cover and font for the text, independently released my own EP "Certified Hu$tle", booked my own shows, made appearances, hit radio, open mics and showcases and networked my a** off all by myself with out no help from celebrity sponsors.”

With his record label starting, his book doing well, nationally and internationally, A new EP on Itunes, Rhapsody, Emusic and other online locations, and a huge accomplishment of having one of his songs featured on the next installment of Midnight Club LA distributed by Rockstar Games Inc, the time has come for J-Mill to take his place amongst the top talent in The Hip-Hop industry today. And this time around, J-Mill’s game is tight, his head is straight and the flow is vicious.

With a new EP, Certified Hu$tle Starring J-Mill, independently released and a grind done all by himself J-Mill has a humility unlike any other. “When you do everything by yourself it makes you appreciate the little things that much more, like all the positive feedback and love you receive for your hard work”.


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