J Kwon - Who U Talkin To?

Posted about 9 years ago
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J-Kwon
Album:
Man In Da Mirror

It seems J-Kwon can’t catch a break these days.  Since his 2004 hit, Tipsy, the STL MC has fallen off the radar; watching his sophomore album Louisville Slugger get shelved, and then getting dropped from the So So Def roster.  Since then, he has started his own label, Hood Hop Entertainment, planning to get rid of his “one-hit wonder” status with the new single, Who U Talkin To?.  Gone is his old hip-pop steeze, replaced with a gruff hardcore sound.  Kwon takes his opportunity to vent and like Papoose, is more lyrically skilled when angry.  The public will have to wait until next year though to find out whether he can regain his hit power; Man In Da Mirror is currently set to drop in early 2008.

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