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Infinite Playlist: The Jim Jonsin Collection

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Here’s Bfred‘s latest digital ode. Jim Jonsin, this is your life.

“Over the last 8 years, Miami native James “Jim Jonsin” Scheffer has given his career a complete makeover. While local Florida music fans might know him as DJ Jealous J, a legendary DJ/rapper/producer in the state’s electro bass scene, today’s urban music fans know him as the 808-friendly pop producer behind #1 smashes like T.I.’s “Whatever You Like,” Soulja Boy’s “Kiss Me Thru The Phone” and Lil Wayne’s “Lollipop…I’ve compiled some of my favorite Jim Jonsin-related joints from the last 20 years for this week’s Uggh…Nice Watch release.”

Previously: The Tricky Stewart Collection

 

The Relapse Wish List

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It’s been a minute—well, five years actually, since we’ve heard from Marshall. But on May 19, that’s scheduled to change with the release of his fifth solo album, Relapse. Truthfully, Em has big zapatos to fill. And to ensure customer satisfaction is guaranteed, the homie broken cool added his 2 cents to see that it’s met.

NO AKON…IN FACT FEW GUESTS IF ANY

Each night before I go to sleep I say a prayer and it goes like this:

God, I know Eminem jumped on Akon’s “Smack That” and tore it

up…but I PRAY that he was paid for this guest spot and it wasn’t one

of those “you appear on my song, I’ll appear on yours” deals. Please

keep “Relapse” free of any Africans who aspire to do Country music. Thank you.

Seriously though, I REALLY hope the Pop&B world didn’t get into

Shady’s ear and convince him to let them on what should be 2009’s best

album (and yes I said SHOULD). Going further, I hope the album is

relatively free of guests. I’m fine with D-12 and Bobby Creekwater

(although I would have preferred Stat Quo)…and of course Dr. Dre,

Snoop Dogg and 50 are always welcome, but please keep the hordes of

guests away…and Ca$his…please keep Ca$his away too…but there is

one exception on the guests issue…keep reading…

Old School Salute: Fearless Four “Rockin’ It”

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“And don’t forget the Puerto Rican niggas.”

How bout a lil old school for your Wed morn? And I’m not talkin’ 90’s throwback. I’m talkin old school. The real old school. The YN was in 3rd grade makin’ his mom go to J&R Music World to cop this silver and black 12-inch old school. You down with MP3 yeah you know me. But I still dig me some vinyl as the staff at the RR Mansion can attest. 

Anyways, here’s the Mighty Mike C!, MC President. If you only know this song from the way it was butchered on Jay-Z “Sunshine,” then you lost. Pardon my back!

Props: And it’s still Grand Good