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by Jp Tha Hustler

Grim Reality Entertainment presents the second studio album by JP Tha Hustler titled "Definition."
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: G-Funk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Bang It Out (Bangin' Trax)
2:56 $0.99
2. Fo' Sho (feat. Insane Poetry, Omowale Payne, Jay Spark)
4:38 $0.99
3. Wannabe Thugs (feat. Mr. Prophet, Omowale Payne)
3:54 $0.99
4. Dirty (feat. Jay Spark)
2:59 $0.99
5. Definition Of A Hustler
1:12 $0.99
6. Paranoid (feat. Insane Poetry)
2:21 $0.99
7. Wake Up (feat. Insane Poetry)
2:14 $0.99
8. F**k 'Em All (feat. Insane Poetry)
2:22 $0.99
9. Darkside (feat. Insane Poetry, Scum)
3:31 $0.99
10. Still Can't (feat. McNastee)
2:48 $0.99
11. Dirty (English/Spanish Radio Mix feat. Taab Frio)
2:57 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Grim Reality Entertainment presents the second studio album by JP Tha Hustler, and the first to feature vocals from him on all songs. The album is purposely and extremely westcoast hip-hop oriented and includes a much more relaxed delivery by JP Tha Hustler.

Artist features include: Insane Poetry, Jay Spark, Omowale Payne, Scum, Taab Frio and McNastee.

All songs are published under Insane Hustler Music Publishing (ASCAP).

© 2009 Grim Reality Entertainment, LLC



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JP Tha Hustler "Definition" Review
JP Tha Hustler “Definition”
Grim Reality Entertainment, 2009.

1) Bang It Out
This track has a real funky-ass beat by JP. Dope track with lyrics to match the funk of the production; basically tellin' how it is in a day as JP.

2) Fo' Sho (feat. Spark, Cyco, & Omowale Payne)
Another upbeat type of track. I'm not sure exactly which artist does the hook, but it sure is catchy. Guest features bring some dope-ass verses here. Overall, good track about being a hustler and gettin' that money!

3) Wannabe Thugs (feat. Mr. Prophet & Omowale Payne)
Well, as you can tell by the title, the track is basically all about people who are either e-thuggin, or are just straight up studio gangsters. Another dope beat on this track. Also, another fresh verse by this Omowale Payne cat.

4) Dirty (feat. Spark)
I think this track has my favorite beat off the whole record [next to a track coming later]; kind of reminds me of that Kelis track, "Bossy." Don't think that's the reason why I like it, just found the comparison while listening. It is basically a track about girls, who are freaky, or "dirty."

5) Definition of a Hustler
This is a dope track giving a little history or JP growing up, hustlin', and eventually meeting up with Cyco and starting to make that dope-ass music. A little too short for my liking, but it gets the job done for a quick bio track.

6) Paranoid (feat. Cyco)
The beat for this is a little different than the rest of the record, thus far; a little more "creepy," with some more noticeable piano in. Lyrics are dope, telling stories about JP and Cyco being paranoid about real life type of shit. Reminds me of that classic Insane Poetry shit, talking about "Grim” REALITY. One of my favorite tracks on the record.

7) Wake Up (feat. Cyco)
This track is telling people to wake the fuck up. JP and Cyco throw a little bit of everything in this; mainstream music, government/political shit, 9/11, etc. Another dope verse by Cyco that any IP fan will enjoy.

8) Fuck 'Em All (feat. Cyco)
A nice little anthem type of track saying fuck you to everyone, really -- all the haters, all the people who don't know about that hot real hip-hop shit, bitches that don't show love, etc.

9) Darkside (feat. Cyco & Scum)
Now, this track is some of that darker shit that IP fans all know and love. Dope beat and fresh verses from all 3 artists. Another one of my favorites on the album.

10) Still Can't (feat. McNastee)
Probably the best beat on this entire album, in my opinion. Dope verses by both JP and McNastee about how you can't fuck with them on that hotness tip. Good to hear McNastee over a JP track.

11) Dirty (English/Spanish Radio Mix) (feat. Taab Frio)
As you can tell by the title, it is basically a censored version of the 4th track on the record. The Spark verse was taken out and replaced by Taab Frio, who raps in spanish, so I don't know what he's saying, honestly. If you liked the earlier version, you still may enjoy this rendition.

[B]Overall, this album is really a good listen. It is not what you would expect, if you come in thinking it's going to be in the vain of normal Insane Poetry material. It does however offer a different style of production by JP and allows fans to get a better feel of what he can really do, musically and lyrically. There really were no tracks that I'd skip, but if I had to pick favorites I'd definitely say Paranoid, Darkside, and Still Can't are the best, while Wannabe Thugs and Dirty (Radio Edit) were less enjoyable. I would surely reccommend people give this album a chance, and for Insane Poetry fans, go out and buy this. You'll want this for your collection![/B]


JP Tha Hustler - Definition...
The Definition Of A Hustler...

JP Tha Hustler is one of the members of Insane Poetry - a very well known horrorcore group. Now, I have an honor to review his newest album called "Definition...". It was released on Grim Reality Entertainment, a label, which JP and Cyco created back in 2003. To be honest with you, I don't know what to expect. I haven't heard any new music from GRE for a few years (except for Cycos "The Snuff Reels", but it was released on NSD Records). So let's sink into the unknown and find out more about being a hustla.

Hustle 24/7

01. Bang It Out (Bangin' Trax)
The first track is a typical example of gangsta rap. Let me quote a verse. “When they up in your hood, up to no good, do it like you should homie, bang it out! When it's time to catch wreck, protect your neck, crank up the deck, let's bang it out!” The beat is kinda funky, leaves a positive feeling. I don't like the autotune which appears when JPs says "Bang it out". Other than that, it’s a good track, especially for an opening to the album.

02. Fo' Sho (feat. Spark, Insane Poetry & Omowale Payne)
I love the hook, „Like oh, fo’ sho, do what you have to, go and get that dough!”. Another gangsta track, west coast style. The guests did okay, I especially like Cycos verse. The beat fits the song, especially that trumpets in proper places. It’s one of my favourite tracks from the album.

03. Wannabe Thugs (feat. Mr. Prophet & Omowale Payne)
Definitely the worst song. Don’t get me wrong, it’s not bad, just not my jam. The only thing I like about it is the hook, it’s calm but brings a lot of energy in lyrics. The beat is also nice.

04. Dirty (feat. Spark)
The third best track from the cd. It’s about sex and all kinky fetishes connected with it. Girls, you can get to know how JP and Spark like to do that! The beat is dark and portentous. Normally, it wouldn’t fit a song about sex but it fits this one. (weird, huh? I know.)

05. Definition Of A Hustler
Another JPs solo song. Too bad it’s so short, it lasts only over a minute. But hey, you can get to know the true definition of a hustler! Real deal.

06. Paranoid (feat. Insane Poetry)
The second best joint on “Definition”. Like you can presume from the title, the song is about paranoia. Dark beat and sick, gloomy lyrics. Now that’s definitely my cup of tea. Has a horrorcore feeling. Cycos verse in this track is his best verse on the whole album, you can clearly hear emotions in his crazy flow.

07. Wake Up (feat. Insane Poetry)
Brainwashing the society, that’s what this song is about. I like it because it’s real, JP and Cyco speaks the truth, “wake up, they’re telling you lies!”. Anyway, the beat is okay. The only thing I don’t really feel is the hook.

08. Fuck 'Em All (feat. Insane Poetry)
“Middle fingers up like fuck them all”. That’s right, this song is dedicated to all fake gangsters and wannabe rappers. I like the beat and the lyrics. The hook is also dope.

09. Darkside (feat. Insane Poetry & Scum)
Ladies and gentleman, let me introduce to you the best song on the album. A perfect combination of horrorcore and gangsta rap. I mean, come on, JP, Cyco and Scum on one track? Shit speaks for itself. You can take a journey into the dark side of their minds. The lyrics are sick, the beat is dark (I love the sample during the hook), you can’t go wrong with that. Scum’s verse is also nice. There’s an upcoming project, an collab album between Insane Poetry and Scum. I can tell you that I can’t wait for that cd as a big fan of horrorcore music.

10. Still Can't (feat. McNastee)
Another cool song with a really good guest. McNastee is a great lyricist and one of my favourite artists. I especially like the JPs verse in this song, he rips the beat apart! Well, I also agree with his verse, “These bitches in the industry have been doing shit sooo wrong.” I was trying not to bash mainstream in this review but I just couldn’t stop myself, so – FTI!

11. Dirty (English/Spanish Radio Mix) (feat. Taab Frio)
It’s a remix of the “Dirty” song. It features an Spanish artist, Taab Frio. I don’t know him and franky I don’t even know what he says since I don’t know this language. I just can rate his flow and it’s not bad. Remember that it’s the radio version of the song so you won’t hear cussing and stuff like that. But if you own a radio station, make sure to play this track because it’s a banger!

A day off.

To sum up, it’s an gangsta rap/horrorcore album with a characteristic west coast vibe. There are no weak songs. Just dope tracks and very good guests (especially Scum, McNastee and Spark). I don’t mention Insane Poetry because they are almost all over the album which is actually a really good thing. Production is also dope, JP is a very talented beat maker aswell as lyricist. The album is short, a little over 30 minutes but I think it’s a plus. A big one to be exact. Long albums are mostly boring and you feel fed up in a middle of listening to one. In this case you’ll be left with a feeling that you want more and I like that feeling, I’m looking forward to next releases from GRE. If you like that type of music, make sure to pick it up and bump it in your CD player, loud. If you’re not into that kind of music, give it a try, you might love it or you might hate it. The point is – if there’s even a small chance that you’ll love it, give it a try.