Sunday, April 21

JT The Bigga Figga - My Runner

01. JT The Bigga Figga - Pack Didn't Land [Prod. By JT The Bigga Figga] (3:23)
02. JT The Bigga Figga - My Runner (Feat. Kevin Gates) [Prod. By Zaytoven] (4:07)
03. JT The Bigga Figga - Books And Parties (2:51)
04. JT The Bigga Figga - Every Little Thing I Do (Feat. Kevin Gates) [Prod. By Dun Deal] (2:39)
05. JT The Bigga Figga - Differences (Remix) (Feat. Rich Homie Quan) [Prod. By Stoopid Beatz] (4:54)
06. JT The Bigga Figga - I Bet Ya (Feat. Lil Johnny) [Prod. By Zaytoven] (4:21)
07. JT The Bigga Figga - A Lot Of Dat (Feat. Young Scooter & Yung Ralph) [Prod. By Zaytoven] (4:12)
08. JT The Bigga Figga - Drug Dealer Potential (Feat. Kevin Gates) [Prod. By Sonny Digital] (3:36)
09. JT The Bigga Figga - Strugglin N Da Hood (Feat. Tre Carver & Yellow Tape Cartel) (5:01)
10. JT The Bigga Figga - Friends To The End (Feat. Kevin Gates) (4:07)
11. JT The Bigga Figga - Spare Dat Bitch (Feat. Gucci Mane) [Prod. By Zaytoven] (2:19)
12. JT The Bigga Figga - The Basement (Feat. Gucci Mane & Rocko) [Prod. By Zaytoven] (4:07)
13. JT The Bigga Figga - Talkin' Life (Feat. Tre Carver) [Prod. By Sonny Digital] (2:58)
14. JT The Bigga Figga - Tired Of Lying (3:51)

Ms. Rivercity Q & A

Jen McKinnon is a photo journalist/blogger from Jacksonville, FL (a.k.a. The River City) currently residing in Atlanta, GA. She was an editor with OZONE Magazine for 5 years, and freelances for several blogs including Traps N Trunks, Allhiphop,, Greenhitz and 20+ other websites. In addition to writing articles and event photography, Ms. Rivercity specializes in Viral Marketing/Online Media. Some of her past and present associates include DJ Scream/HoodRich DJs, Zaytoven, Future, Block Ent., Bigga Rankin, DJ Smallz, 2 Chainz, Shawty Lo, Rocko, Raw Report DVD, Cyhi Da Prynce, Alley Boy, Waka Flocka, and numerous others. Her future plans include continuing her successes in the media field and expanding her promotional services. “I want to cover all the bases. I want to be that person you can go to for anything media related.”

How did you discover Rap?
I discovered rap the same way I discovered other genres of music - radio, MTV, friends, parties, and probably the skating rink. I was a big skating rink head - before I was old enough to go to clubs.

How did you get personally involved in the culture?
I've always been a writer, and always went to concerts and street parties. So I started reviewing shows and music as a hobby, not realizing it was possible to make a real career out of something I loved. But eventually that's what happened, not without a lot of sacrifice though.