A lot of people find it hard to believe that a honor roll student, class clown, 6'2 150 pound 23 year old would turn into a rapper, much less a dope one. But that is the case when it comes to J. Good. From opening for such legends as KRS-One and Rakim, to sharing stages with up and comers such as Blu, Rhymefest, Big Sean and Wale, and even performing at the 2010 A3C Festival Perfect Attendance Stage, J.Good is creating his own lane and he's not letting anyone else drive in it. In dropping a Sacramento classic mixtape with his debut, "Breakfast At Night, followed by a concept project based on the television series "Scrubs" titled, "Scrubs: The Lost Mixtape" he started a huge buzz for his album "Look On The Brightside". The album which dropped in 2011 with features from L.E.G.A.C.Y of Justus League as well as Von Pea of Tanya Morgan, TiRon, Ayomari, El Prez plus many others, took the internet by storm and was featured on such hip hop blogs as 2DopeBoyz, Kevin Nottingham, DJ Booth, Rock the Dub, Donuts and Milk and countless others, J.Good is sure to make a splash in 2011 and beyond.
Influenced by legends such as Big Daddy Kane and Jay-Z, to underground stand outs Little Brother and Blu, J.Good has a sound all his own. With a versatile flow, and subject matter J.Good hopes to be one of the reasons hip hop will never die out.
Most rappers currently only start making music because they see the "women, money, and cars" but J.Good actually started and continues to rap because of the passion he has in his music which is seen with every live performance he gives.
2010: Scrubs the Lost Mixtape
2011: Look on the Brightside(album)
2011: Searching for Alicia Silverstone EP
2012: The Journal of Douglas Pinderhughes
Coming Soon: Bluffington High