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The Hear After

The Hear After
Studio album by J-Live
Released July 19, 2005
Recorded 2004
Genre Hip-Hop
Length 52:01
Label Penalty
J-Live chronology
Always Will Be
2003
The Hear After
2005
Reveal The Secret
2007

The Hear After is the third studio album of indie hip hop artist J-Live, released in 2005 on the label Penalty.[1]

Track listing

  1. "Here" - 3:29
    • Featuring - Soulive
    • Producer - J-Live
    • Guitar - Eric Krasno
    • Horn [Flugal], Trumpet - Rashawn Ross
    • Saxophone - Ryan Zoidis
  2. "Aaw Yeah" - 2:50
    • Producer - Oddisee
    • Scratches - DJ Flo Fader
  3. "Fire Water" - 3:38
    • Producer - Hezekiah, Tony Whitfield
  4. "Do My Thing" - 4:36
    • Featuring - Cvees
    • Producer - Probe.dms
  5. "Whoever" - 4:14
    • Producer - J-Live
    • Scratches - DJ Flo Fader
  6. "The Sidewalks" - 4:16
    • Producer - J-Live
  7. "Audio Visual" - 4:22
    • Producer - Floyd The Locsmif
  8. "Brooklyn Public Part 1" - 4:06
    • Producer - J-Live
  9. "Listening" - 5:07
    • Featuring - Kola Rock
    • Producer - J-Live
    • Co-producer - James Poyser
  10. "Harder" - 4:34
    • Producer - The Fire Dept.
    • Drums, Keyboards - Adam Deitch
    • Guitar - Adam Smirnoff, Eric Krasno
    • Saxophone - Ryan Zoidis
    • Trumpet - Rashawn Ross
  11. "Coming Home" - 3:39
    • Featuring - Dwele
    • Producer - J-Live
  12. "Weather the Storm" - 3:39
    • Producer - J-Live
  13. "After" - 3:31
    • Producer - J-Live

References

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