J-Live first appeared on the underground hip-hop scene in 1995, when he was a freshman English major at the University at Albany, The State University of New York. His first single «Longevity» appeared on Mark Farina’s Mushroom Jazz CD, and follow-up singles «Braggin’ Writes» and «Hush the Crowd» garnered widespread attention, getting him printed in the «Unsigned Hype» section of The Source. This led to a record contract with Raw Shack Records. His first album, The Best Part, recorded from 1995 to 1999, featured production by Prince Paul, DJ Premier, and Pete Rock.
A1. Longevity (Radio)
A2. Longevity (Street)
B1. Braggin’ Writes
B2. Longevity (Instrumental)

 A1 Nutbuster: Lord Sha – Bigga Tha Critta Featuring Mr. X
A2 Nutbuster: Lord Sha – Bigga Tha Critta (Radio Version) Featuring Mr. X
A3 Nutbuster: Lord Sha – Sticky Lipstick
B1 Szuga – All N All
B2 Szuga – Mama Used To Say
C1 Dreadlock – Deadly Vishunnz
C2 Dreadlock – Fools Get Dumped On Daily
D2 Da Koffenmakah – Shady Days
D3 General Sekwan – Lickin’ Off Featuring Mr. X and Ghetto Blaster

A1. The Next Level (LP Version)  Featuring – Diamond D
A2. The Next Level (Remix)  Featuring – Diamond D  Remix – E-Swift
A3. The Next Level (Radio Edit LP Version)  Featuring – Diamond D
B1. The Next Level (Instrumental Remix)  Remix – E-Swift
B2. The Next Level (Instrumental LP Version)
B3. The Next Level (Acappella)  Featuring – Diamond D
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