Three Questions With J-Real
J-Real is set for the ultimate turn up experience on his forthcoming birthday. The California born performer will drop his next album Born Day on March 10 in celebration of the date of his birth.
Born Day will include the party anthem “Buckwild.” The Bryan Rivera assisted tune symbolizes J-Real’s affinity to mix elements of Hip Hop and Pop into his tracks. His goal is to spread good time vibes through his music.
That calling began at the age of 14 when J-Real heard Ma$e’s 1997 album Harlem World. Despite his father not believing he could live off being a rap star, a 15-year-old Real signed to Landmine/Collipark as a member of the group Young N Heartless. The trio was eventually dropped from the label, but the teenage entertainer set out on his own.
In 2011, J-Real released the indie album I Am J-Real, and 2014 saw the arrival of the TheyCallMeReal EP. His catalog also comprises of mixtape tracks featuring Travis Porter, Rich Boy, and Gorilla Zoe.
J-Real’s drive and determination to succeed in this rap game eventually converted his dad into a believer, and he is now looking to draw in more followers with Born Day. But first, J-Real participated in AllHipHop.com’s “Three Questions” interview series.
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If you could have any three things in the world for your birthday this year, what would you choose?
If I could have three things in the whole world for my birthday this year, they would be to have a #1 selling album on iTunes, have my own tour and travel across the world, and gain millions of fans.
F**k, Marry, Collab: Azealia Banks, Tinashe, K. Michelle?
That’s a great question! I would f**k Azealia, marry Tinashe, and do a collab with K. Michelle.
What's the wildest thing you've ever experienced at a party?
You may or may not believe me, but I got head from a porn star as a part of a contest.
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J-Real's Born Day is scheduled for release March 10.