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"KY STAND UP!!!!!"

This CD is definitely worth buying!! J Smith has a unique smooth vocal style and his lyrics have deep meaning. He has the talent music industry is missing! KY STAND UP and support this young man! I look forward to working with you on your next project Hommie! 1 SMIDI - Smidi Beats - Producer- NV.


"J Smith has got what the industry's needs"

With a unique dirty south sound, J Smith can rap, sing, write and engineer. His Cd is Well Worth The money and i would encourage anyone to buy it or consider collaberating with J SMith!Kentucky's Finest!
- Clay G - Artist- TX.


"Excellent Track..."

Thass Whassup!!!
This track is Fire!!!
Intro is Blaze and Crystal Clear!

The Break Down:

Vocals: A+
This Dude was excellent star potential. Good Delivery. Very Believable. Nie Commitment to your craft.

Hook: A+
Should get moderate Airplay!Easy to sing to. You Did your thing. You gotta hit song right Here!

Lyrics: A+
Appropriate for your audience! Stay on your grind Homie!


MAD LOVE AND RESPECT!!!
Do THE DAMN THANG!!!
GOOD JOB FAM!!!
RESPECT!
- JT Smoove - Singer/Songwriter Dallas TX


"Your song..."

Review for Let 'Em Spin:

1. Vocals...
Vocals are good. Energy and swagga for this type of song is soft but strong at the same time. Nice vocal treatment and mixdown. I like the difference in spittin styles. The mix as flava to the song.

2. Hook...
Really sets mood. Hook has a nice mix down and artist has a good delivery. The hook fots good with the beat.

3. Lyrics...
Lyrics are good for this type of song. Has a general audience appeal, plus the chicks'll dig it. Now you just gotta learn to dance like omarrion.
- PimPen -Artist- TX.


"World Premiere on 106"

Review for Let 'Em Spin:

crisp production. vocalist is doing his thing. very radio radio. catchy hook and up to date for listening audience. lyrics are on point. rapper even provides a nice change of pace. mixed very well. sounds mastered. ready project.
- Horace Martin -Singer/Songwriter- LA.


""Let 'Em Spin" will be Track of the Day at GarageBand.com!"

Dear J,
Congratulations! As a result of some very enthusiastic reviews from GarageBand.com members, "Let 'Em Spin" will be Track of the Day at GarageBand.com.

For 24 hours on Monday, the 12th of March, 2007 (PST) "Let 'Em Spin" will be featured on GarageBand.com's R&B front page. The address for this page will be:

http://www.GarageBand.com/go/N5I3RBCN9A

- GarageBand


Discography

'Daydreamin' - CD Single - 1998
'Don't Lie' - CD Single - 2000
J. Smith/Tha Ntrodukshun - LP - 2002
Dirt Po'/Kick'n Up Dust - LP - 2005
J. Smith/Kentuckyz Fynest - LP- 2006
'Let 'Em Spin' - CD Single (From the upcoming LP Release 'Music Notes') - 2007

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Bio

J. Smith may be a self-described small town Kentucky boy, but his unique R&B vocal styling is definitely Big City pimpin' with an urban edge. Inspired at a young age by artists such as Boyz II Men, Jon B. and Babyface, his voice is ripe with the purity, passion and soulfulness, usually heard in artists with rich R&B pedigrees.

Not that his musical lineage and upbringing should be discounted: J. Smith hails from a family of talented Bluegrass and Country singers, and as early as age 7 he could be found at a friend’s house parroting the popular radio artists who would go on to influence his songwriting in later years.

With a fan base that spans the globe from Texas to Tokyo, his sophomore album ‘That’s Love…That’s Life’ (2007), shows off his range as a singer, and as a songwriter. From the plaintive plea of “Right Here”, to the crunk-twisted groove of “On Fiyah” (featuring Mr. Serv-On), from the laidback lilt of “Let ‘Em Spin” to the new jack swing of “Lonely” (featuring One), ‘That’s Love…That’s Life’ reveals this artist at his finest.

Look for J. Smith’s sophomore album That’s Love…That’s Life in stores summer 2007.

By Nicole Millette