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About J.R. Writer

Harlem emcee JR Writer is a bruiser. He spits out curt lines revealing a life invested in the drug game, and though his rhyme scheme is unimaginative, relying more on assonance than end rhyme, he does manage to convey his bloody white worldview in clear and brutal terms. Due to this lack of pop appeal, he has yet to have the success of fellow Dipseters Cam'ron, Juelz Santana and Jim Jones, but he remains a fan favorite thanks to his well-received 2006 debut, History in the Making, and his Writer's Block mixtape series.

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Listen toJ.R. Writeron Napster

Harlem emcee JR Writer is a bruiser. He spits out curt lines revealing a life invested in the drug game, and though his rhyme scheme is unimaginative, relying more on assonance than end rhyme, he does manage to convey his bloody white worldview in clear and brutal terms. Due to this lack of pop appeal, he has yet to have the success of fellow Dipseters Cam'ron, Juelz Santana and Jim Jones, but he remains a fan favorite thanks to his well-received 2006 debut, History in the Making, and his Writer's Block mixtape series.

About J.R. Writer

Harlem emcee JR Writer is a bruiser. He spits out curt lines revealing a life invested in the drug game, and though his rhyme scheme is unimaginative, relying more on assonance than end rhyme, he does manage to convey his bloody white worldview in clear and brutal terms. Due to this lack of pop appeal, he has yet to have the success of fellow Dipseters Cam'ron, Juelz Santana and Jim Jones, but he remains a fan favorite thanks to his well-received 2006 debut, History in the Making, and his Writer's Block mixtape series.

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About J.R. Writer

Harlem emcee JR Writer is a bruiser. He spits out curt lines revealing a life invested in the drug game, and though his rhyme scheme is unimaginative, relying more on assonance than end rhyme, he does manage to convey his bloody white worldview in clear and brutal terms. Due to this lack of pop appeal, he has yet to have the success of fellow Dipseters Cam'ron, Juelz Santana and Jim Jones, but he remains a fan favorite thanks to his well-received 2006 debut, History in the Making, and his Writer's Block mixtape series.

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