J Hart: SMIF-N-WESSUN Interview & Mixtape [Video]

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Our good friend and International DJ J Hart stopped by Duck Down Records to talk with the legendary hip-hop duo Smif-N-Wessun about their new EP "Born & Raised", their friendship, legalization of Marijuana, Love & much more... J Hart is a DJ, Music Producer, and Journalist native of Paris, France who will bless us with cool DJ coverage and dope mixtapes for the masses. Check out his first entry on DJbooth.net with a full Smif-N-Wessun Interview followed by the "Best of SMIF-N-Wessun free to download mixtape below.





You can visit J Hart's Official website with even more interviews, music, and everything related to the Hip-Hop culture at iamjhart.com

J-Hart Biography

J Hart is a Dj, Music Producer and Journalist native of Paris, France.
J Hart began his career in 2005 as a tour Dj for various French artist. During this time, J performed on the biggest French stages for events such as Les Francofolies La Rochelle, l’Elysee Montmartre, and FNAC Paris.

After 2 years on the road, J Hart needed to explore another side of the Hip-Hop and expanded into production which has led to his collaborative effort with various French and US artists.

He followed with the hugely successful “Big Bang Radio Show”, which was one the most popular radio programs featured on GOOM radio. Looking to grow his brand, J began an international mixtape series named after the radio show.

In 2011, J moved to London (UK) to expand his music to the world and bring the Big Bang Show to Break London radio.
After a couple of months, J and his B.B.S. became the Hip Hop reference show on the station thanks to J Hart’s dj sets featuring Up & Coming and mainstream rappers but also with his interviews of big names as Brother Ali, Evidence of Dilated Peoples, M.O.P. to name a few, where J developed a taste for Hip-Hop journalism.
It is a lot of work and effort but it paid off, on the same year, J Hart officially joined the Coast 2 Coast Dj’s coalition alongside world famous Dj iLL Will, Dj Khaled, Dj Noodles…

In 2012, J Hart focuses as well his work as a producer and Dj with the releasing of official mixtapes with M.O.P., Frenchie, Roccett… and a collector Vinyl LP record : “The Graduation”, a collaborative album with the US rapper UnReal.

In 2013, J Hart moved to New York City to continue to expand his music to the birthplace of Hip-Hop.
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* “...LA MUSIQUE EST PLUS QU’UNE PASSION, ELLE FAIT PARTIE INTEGRANTE DE MA VIE. LE ROCK, LA SOUL, LE HIP-HOP, LE HEAVY METAL, LA WORLD MUSIC ... ONT TOUTES LEURS SENSIBILITEES. MON PLAISIR EST DE LES CAPTER POUR LES RETRANSCRIRE DANS MON LANGAGE AUX AUDITEURS ...”
- J HART interviewed by J.L. FOULQUIER on FRANCE INTER (Radio France) 

* “...Music is more than a passion for me, that’s a part of my life. The Rock’n roll, the soul, the hip-hop, the heavy metal or world music got their sensibilities. And what i like is to catch these sensibilities to make my own touch with it…”


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