*Life is a Hustle: J-Hut*
J-Hut isn't a stranger to success. The former sports star has had his name
in the spotlights for years now. So the attention that he's getting for his
music isn't anything new. He's used to hearing people scream his name.
His debut album "*And then there was me*" has been an indie success, and
his single "*When the money calls*" has picked up steam across the radio
waves, it seems inevitable before the rest of the industry takes notice to
who J-Hut is. Themixxmagazine.com spoke with J-Hut about the success of his
debut album, the importance of a team and why a team is more important than
*The Mixx magazine:* Congrats on the success of your album "*And then there
was me*." How does it feel to have people support your project
*J-Hut:* It feels great! We put a lot of hard work and time into make this
album so to have people buy the physical copy and go online and buy the
album is a great feeling. It lets you know that you're doing something
*The Mixx magazine:* What are your favorite tracks on the album?
*J-Hut:* That's hard to say because I like them all. I guess if I had to
pick, I would say ""*Gucci Shades*", "*When The Money Call*", "*Out Her
Clothes", "Dreamers*", "*What U Talkin Bout*."
*The Mixx magazine:* And your song "When the money calls" is picking up
steam on the radio again. Did you see the success of "*When the money calls*"
when you recorded it originally?
*J-Hut:* Not at all! I always knew that the "*When The Money Call*" record
was gonna be a big one because its a safe commercial record that all people
can relate to. It was just a matter of time before more people started to
take a liking to it. You will have your haters and doubters but at the end
of the day; music is music, so I'm glad that people dig the record.
*The Mixx magazine:* You have a serious movement going on with 5 Star
Hustle. Speak on how important it is to have a strong team around you.
*J-Hut:* J-Hut can only do what J-Hut does and that's music and businesses.
There are not many artists that strive to succeed in both and I somehow
balance the 2. So if I'm looked at for being a huge movement within this
industry for that, I'll take that and agree with what the people say, but
understand that movement is only possible because of the people around me
who can do things that I can't do. I can't get to these blogs, I can't make
beats, I don't speak to executives everyday, but my team does and people in
my team do. It's because of them that I can sit back, focus on the music
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