A Phenomenon in the Music Game: Hip-hop Rap Artist and CEO of Get Low Records JT The Bigga Figga Speaks with ThugLifeArmy.com

The wide range of the man we know as JT The Bigga Figga is explored in this interview. Along with talking about his new drop by the Game ‘Westcoast Resurrection’; many projects that we can expect from JT The Bigga Figga are touched on, along with some updates on relationships and JT’s thoughts on a lot of different things.

(PRWEB) February 28, 2005 -- Much more than a west coast hip-hop rap artist JT The Bigga Figga is a phenomenon in the music game. He is a rapper, a producer, a writer and he is CEO of Get Low Records.

The wide range of the man we know as JT The Bigga Figga is explored in this interview. Along with talking about his new drop by the Game ‘Westcoast Resurrection’; many projects that we can expect from JT The Bigga Figga are touched on, along with some updates on relationships and JT’s thoughts on a lot of different things.

Being in the ‘game’ since 1993 has given him a unique insight on how things work and has taught him many things. One of the things that he learned was how to spot talent and how to develop it.

In 2002 he ran across an artist who had a fiery approach and delivery and JT knew that the young rapper could go somewhere. JT recorded over 30 tracks with the artist now known as The Game. The second album with JT and The Game releases March 29th. Please check it out. Support the West Coast artist. Buy it don’t bootleg it.

JT takes time out of a very busy schedule to speak to www.ThugLifeArmy.com about all that is going on in his life, career, what’s going on the west coast, and the state of everything really.

We do appreciate him taking time for this.

Robert – First thank you for your time to do this.

JT – No problem, what’s up with ya.

Robert – Well I guess the hottest thing going on at the minute is the drop of the JT Bigga Figga release of 'West Coast Resurrection' with Game. This album follows the ‘Untold Story’ album. Are these tracks from that same time period?

JT – Yeah the tracks are from the same period. A couple of the songs was recorded like a little bit after. Like he left and then he came back and did a couple, so maybe 2 or 3 of them is from; they are all from the 2002 era; so I guess we could say they are all from the same era.

Robert – How does this album differ from the’ Untold Story’ in content or is it more of a continuation?

JT – This album is definitely a continuation of what ‘Untold Story’ left off. It gives the listener the opportunity to get exposed to The Game when he was formatted in the Bay Area. So his ‘hunger’ was a little different; a little bit more ‘fire’ry’

Robert – Are these the last of the tracks you did with Game?

JT – No, we actually have one more album coming after this.

Robert – How does this kind of drop work? Do you have to pay Interscope anything or is the business just between you and The Game?

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