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Introducing J. Blitz, an underground hip-hop <strike>artist</strike> monster born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana, and now living in and terrorizing the streets of Denver, Colorado (due to being displaced by Hurricane Katrina). Known for his distinctive voice and the ability to seemingly rhyme for days at a time, J. Blitz is already widely considered to be one of the finest talents from his region, past or present.

Growing up in New Orleans’ 9th Ward, J. Blitz experienced everything from crime, violence, drugs, corrupt politics, and social injustice, contrasted by a strong Pro-Black, socially conscious community, and exposure to culture, soul, and diversity, all of which is reflected in his music. Blitz cites artists such as Rakim, Method Man, Scarface, Nas, Mos Def, Public Enemy, Beanie Sigel, Common, The Roots, & Kool G Rap as musical influences.

J. Blitz is a member of the hip-hop groups Quotable (along with 0-T, and Wise), The Bad Liver Project (along with DonJuan Fontaine, and Noctavian, both of The Senate), and New Orleans hip-hop supergroup The N.O.vators (comprised of Quotable, the Senate, and Allen Poe). Known aliases, former stage names, and nicknames for J. Blitz include: J Buddha, Buddy Reno, Catalyst, Choctaw Brown, The Monster, The Big Dawg, and Gorilla Monsoon.


J. Blitz’s releases include “Suckapunch: The Mixtape,” released in 2005, and it’s follow-up project entitled “Suckapunch Mixtape version 1 pernt 5,” released in May of 2008. He was also heavily featured on the N.O.vators 2003 release “Crescent City Classic vol. 1″ (from which, one of his group Quotable’s songs was a finalist in Okayplayer’s “True Notes vol. 1″ competition). Currently in the works is an “authorized bootleg” entitled “Flashes of Greatness,” which is comprised mainly of the original songs from the “Suckapunch 1 Pernt 5″ and “Crescent City Classic” mixtapes and limited to a pressing of only 2,000 copies, followed by his debut album “Destined For Greatness” the Fall of 2012. A sophomore album entitled “Nice Guys Finish Last” is already in the works, as well as Quotable’s debut album nearing completion, and Bad Liver Project’s soon to be released EP.