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The Ghost of Jacob Marley


Jay Bizzy
The Ghost of Jacob Marley
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With guest performances from the likes of Classified, Johnny Hardcore and Rocky Ninja, contributions from DJs including IV and JoRun and tight production from Beatmason, Dexter Doolittle and Fresh Kils, Halifax MC Jake “Jay Bizzy” Flemming’s sophomore recording features a slew of top and iconic Maritime hip-hop talent. The hour-long record features 17 tracks and is highlighted by leadoff single “East Coast Warriors,” the calypso-style “Truth Hurts” and the verbose “When the Evening Comes.” While the unbelievably explicit “Get Busy on ’Em” is a prime example of why the album really deserves the Parental Advisory warning label on its cover, The Ghost of Jacob Marley is still an impressive example of Bizzy’s way with words.
—Jon Bruhm
categories: Local artist,Canadian artist,ECMA nominee (2007)

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