Birth Name: Jean-Jacques Cadet
Birth Place: New York, U.S.A.
Years Active: 1995 - present
Genres: Hip Hop
J-Live (also known as Justice Allah, born as Jean-Jacques Cadet) is an MC, DJ, and producer from New York. J-Live first appeared on the underground hip-hop scene in 1995, when he was a freshman English major at the University at Albany, The State University of New York. His first single "Longevity" appeared on Mark Farina's “Mushroom Jazz” album, and follow-up singles "Braggin' Writes" and "Hush the Crowd" garnered widespread attention. This led to a record contract with Raw Shack Records. His first album, “The Best Part,” recorded from 1995 to 1999, featured production by Prince Paul, DJ Premier, and Pete Rock. Due to problems with his record label, J-Live left the label and the a...
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