Revisit J. Rawls Crate Diving Beginnings In Queen City (Audio)

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Cincinnati, Ohio producer/MC J. Rawls takes a glance into his early crate digging past in his latest single, “The Rest of My Life.”

Taking his story back to the Queen City, the Lone Catalysts co-founder relives his early career days of “making jams everyday with Dose One and Holmskillit,” and his first time taking the microphone, all accompanied by an Illa J hook and electronic production from Mighty DJ DR.

This blast into the past couldn’t be a more fitting way to bring his career full circle and fill out his final solo album, The Legacy, due out later this year.

 

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