October 21, 2020


Changing the Culture 4 God

J-Carter Releases Two Tracks from Upcoming Album “Take Hip-Hop Back”

J-Carter drops “I'm On That and Your Savior” from Upcoming Album “Tack Hip-Hop Back”!

J-Carter drops “I’m On That and Your Savior” from Upcoming Album “Take Hip-Hop Back”!

Looking to promote a new album and wasting no time, J-Carter is back with his 3rd album (Take Hip-hop Back) within a year.

J-Carter states “This time around the people will have no choice but to hear me”. Lately, J-Carter has been criticized about sounding too old school, not having any trap music, no club bangers, and that he should not even be making music at all.

With this new album, he plans to silence the critics and leave no room for doubt about his lyrical skills while leaving his mark in this hip-hop game. With 38 tracks spread across this album, there is nothing lacking to quench the thirst of the real hip-hop heads searching for that lyricism and realness.

“Take hip-hop Back” is an album that balances that traditional lyricism with a contemporary outer shell. It aims to bring back the realness and reality that hip-hop was known for since it’s creation. “Take Hip-hop Back” is the album J-Carter truly believes will leave a mark on the music world, and bring a sound and lyrical objective that has not been heard before in this genre.


J-Carter – “I’m On That and Your Savior“ Audio

Artist Bio:

J-Carter comes straight out of New Jersey with a surgical type flow that cuts through the brain and pierces the soul. He believes hip-hop should focus on great lyrical content, tight beats, and mind-blowing hooks. He has been writing lyrics since the age of 13 enhancing his vocabulary along the way to be a better lyricist. His musical influences are motivated by a conglomerate of hip-hop artists that have come on the world scene over the past 30 years. His music is a blend of an old school feel mixed in with the new contemporary feel of hip-hop, but he strives to maintain his own style and voice to separate himself from the playing field.

Fresh off his classic debut album” Time to Shine”comes his follow up album “I’m Still Here” which comes with a different vibe than his controversial debut album. J-Carter feels this album will be commercial friendly but also does not lose that lyricism and edge that he is known for. For those who want that great music along with uplifting lyrics that purify the soul, “I’m Still Here” presents that medicine you need. As J-Carter states in his latest song off the album, “ I’m back serving that lyrical crack” J-Carter hopes to get the world high off “I’m Still Here” and stamp his mark in the hip-hop game and take it to a higher level.

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