Always has been

Always Has Been
Released 2003
Recorded 1995-1997
Genre Hip-Hop
Length 25:31
Label Triple Threat Productions
J-Live chronology

All of the Above
Always Has Been
Always Will Be

Always Has Been is the first EP released by indie hip hop artist J-Live, released in 2003 on the label Triple Threat Productions. It is an EP and consists of six songs recorded early in J-Live's career, prior to the release of his first album The Best Part. It was released simultaneously as Always Will Be, another EP by J-Live, which is made up of eight new tracks.

The tracks "Braggin Writes" and "Schools In" were rerecorded for The Best Part, but here they appear in their original form. The tracks "Longevity", "Can I Get It", and "Hush the Crowd" had not been released on either of J-Live's previous albums.

Track listing

  1. "Longevity" - (5:09)
  2. "Braggin Writes" - (3:12)
  3. "Can I Get It" - (4:11)
  4. "Hush the Crowd" - (4:31)
  5. "Braggin Writes (Dome Cracker Remix)" - (3:49)
  6. "Schools In" - (4:39)
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