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J.R.Clark Reveals New ‘My State Of Mind’ Represents His ‘Core Values’ & Shift From Negativity

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Virginia Seaside’s favourite son, J.R.Clark, is again with new music. His extremely anticipated EP, My State of Thoughts: The Prelude, sees him proceed to construct the excitement with thought-provoking hip-hop that may make you nod your head and whereas increasing your ideas. Unbiased and limitless, J.R.Clark flaunts his price on “Million Greenback Contracts,” catches a vibe on “Put You On Recreation,” and delivers a timeless sound with “HourGlass.” It’s a mission that may go away listeners wanting extra, hoping that no matter this can be a prelude for drops sooner reasonably than later.

My State of Thoughts: The Prelude derives from a thought course of that claims ‘with a purpose to achieve success inside the music trade, it’s important to change your mind-set by eliminating damaging vitality in addition to friends who can’t embrace your change and are available up,’” J.R.Clark shares with HollywoodLife. “Extra importantly, I stand firmly on the notion that you simply solely acquire new ranges of success inside the music trade if you keep constant, decided, and ship high quality materials that stems from a spot of originality and an natural conviction.”

“My way of thinking modifications ceaselessly to suit or meet the quickly altering tempo of the music trade,” he provides, “however on the similar fee, my core values, ideas, and forward-thinking in the direction of possession, digital fairness, and partnership won’t ever change.”

My State Of Thoughts: The Prelude arrives months after J.R.Clark launched The Motivational Kind, an 11-track mission that includes appearances from Buddah, A.Wall, Juliet, Jett9, LaKeith Rashad, Ammo, and J.Ave. However, as one would count on, J.R.Clark isn’t one to let the grass develop below his ft. Along with this wealth of music, J.R.Clark has launched “The Actual McCoy,” “El Trafico,” and “White Friday.”

J.R.Clark’s music journey first started behind the boards, working as a studio engineer for six years earlier than entering into the sales space. Now strolling the trail as an impartial hip-hop artist, J.R.Clark has cultivated a well-respected fame within the music world, doing issues his method. The success has adopted, as he not too long ago was one of many featured performers at Virginia’s 420ish Unity Competition (headlined by Rick Ross, Gucci Mane, Metropolis Ladies, Spice, Shaggy, Mavado, and Barrington Levy.)

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