Hip-Hop producer J-Sw!ft is planning to release “I’ll Do Mine,” his first track in over five years.
The song is taken from the upcoming feature length documentary 1 More Hit, which chronicles J-Swift’s life through drug addiction, homelessness, a jail stint, his recovery and gradual return to rap.
Prior to his downfall, J-Sw!ft, born Juan Manuel Martinez, was on the rise as producer, having worked with artists like The Pharcyde, The Wascals, Prince and others.
“You can’t even imagine trying to save data when you’re homeless,” J-Sw!ft told AllHipHop.com. “But I’m proud of the film though. I hope it can be a lesson to others.”
“I’ll Do Mine” will be released independently on Fathouse Wreckords/One Cell. Additionally, J-Sw!ft is planning to drop a new album and alter ego named Negro Kanevo.
1 More Hit will be in stores in February of 2011.
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