New York City, NY – With his first launch of 2019, Brown Bag AllStars alum J57 is aiming to shed his label as a beat maker, redefining himself as an artist. “This isn’t a producer mission,” he tells RealStreetRadio of the four-song EP, Anti-Social Media — a shock launch and birthday reward to himself.

Though the mission is extraordinarily eclectic, it’s nonetheless Hip Hop to the core. “I save the boom-bap type for my work with Jamo Gang, Brown Bag AllStars, and options,” he notes.

“I used this mission as a approach for me to get my frustrations out,” he explains. Touching on the accessibility that comes with social media, and even themes of despair, the mission affords a slice of non-public truths.

Ultimately, he hopes his openness will join with those that wrestle with the identical hurdles. “I hope this mission speaks to individuals which can be like me … and that it simply plain entertains these that may’t relate.”

Check out J57’s Anti-Social Matter, under.

J57 Asserts Himself As Both Producer & MC On New EP

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