Holla Man Album
Jack Hustle is one of the most talented new artists to emerge from Atlanta's rich hip hop talent pool. His influences include Outkast, Jay-Z and Eminem. After rapping for most of life as a hobby, Jack Hustle realized he had a gift and started taking rap seriously in 2001. In 2004 he released the group album G4CE to some critical acclaim and underground success in GA and Florida. In 2006 he began work on his solo album 'The Holla Man LP'. The Holla Man LP shows the contradiction of a young man immensely talented in expression that struggles to find himself within a quiet soul. With Songs like 'Back It Up', 'So Cool', and 'What you Talking Bout', he raps about the usual vices of youth like a female's backside, clubbing and being a playa, and being hated on by peers. However, it is songs like "SISO', 'SpareChange', and Unfadeable that show his versatility as an artist. He addresses subjects like single motherhood, government party politics, and chasing your dreams. The Holla Man LP is set for an early 2007 release and has critics and fans abuzz about the possibility of another Atlanta superstar. With his born for stardom appearance and the delivery of a stellar debut solo effort, you have to believe that they are right.