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Name: Adam Bernard
Home: Fairfield, Connecticut, United States
About Me: Entertainment journalist with 15+ years of experience. Supporter of indie music. Lover of day baseball, fringe movies, & chicken shawarma. Part time ninja. Nerdy, but awesome.
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J-Zone Gets Real
Tuesday, January 20, 2009

For J-Zone making a record is a fantastic experience. Nothing beats the actual creation of music (pun intended). Some of the other aspects that go along with putting out a record, however, aren’t necessarily the most enjoyable in the world. This week J-Zone took some time out of his day to speak with me about some of the highs and lows that come with making a record, why he makes sure to take a decent amount of time off in-between projects, and how he’s seen himself change over the years, both as an artist and a person. The interview is brazenly honest as J-Zone provides an openness that is rarely seen from Hip-Hop artists, making this feature one heck of a read.

Check out the full Q&A at RapReviews.com.

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