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Introducing Johnny Jc @johnnyjcmusic

Johnny Jc is a 26-year-old rapper from New Jersey; he dropped his most recent release called "X25" a whole album with cool tracks, including the promotional single "Too Late" a perfect combination of the rough, raspy Jersey style with melodies that belong all over the radio.

Griding in the music industry for more than a decade Johnny has learned so many things and one of them being true to himself, a fundamental lesson that he accomplished so far.

"X25" is a dope record full of uplifting melodic choruses along, with clever rhyme schemes and strong verse combining a lot of influences ranging from classic and alternative rock to hip hop & rap.

Here you can listen to his music, follow the guy on social, and stay tuned for more.

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