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Chinese Rapper Jin Sighting – Jin vs. Traphik Freestyle Hits Youtube

For you younger generation of Asian-Americans, you may have been too young to remember Jin. Not that Jin’s disappeared — but for a solid 4-6 months, much of us 80s babies were witnessing the potential rise of an Asian rapper during our college days.

Jin took BET’s Freestyle Friday by storm and impressed the hip hop community enough that he ended up inking a deal with DMX’s label, Ruff Ryder Records. At his height, Jin even landed a small role in the second Fast and the Furious installment, 2 Fast 2 Furious.

Lately, Jin’s been doing smaller tours and appearances, but I was pleasantly surprised to find this random freestyle he posted onto youtube hanging out with Traphik.

The boy can spit 🙂

Jin & Traphik, Casual Freestyle

Best of Jin Freestyle Mix

8 Comments on "Chinese Rapper Jin Sighting – Jin vs. Traphik Freestyle Hits Youtube"

  1. Arnie says:

    A palesingly rational answer. Good to hear from you.

  2. Canadian Asian says:

    David why would you say Christianity is anti-Asian? I don’t know the exact figures but numerous Asian-Americans-Canadians are Christians. In fact, even in China there are around 500,000 Catholics alone, I can’t remember where I read it from though.

  3. David says:

    I liked Jin when he first came out. I was disappointed when he moved to Hong Kong and decided to pursue a music and acting career there. It seems to me like there are many Asian Americans who decide to pursue their careers in Asia instead of staying in the United States and fight to improve the media image of Asian Americans. Some of them are Tiger JK (Korean rapper) and Coco Lee (Chinese singer). Jin dropped the ball on us.

    I understand that he is spreading Hip-Hop to Asians, specifically Chinese people, and that’s good. But there are many who need him here. I guess he realized he could make much more money in Hong Kong than in the U.S. He doesn’t need to face racial boundaries in the entertainment industry over there.

    I also didn’t like the fact that he is promoting Christianity. Of course, many would start to accuse me of hate, but I have many reasons to think the way I do. I don’t want to talk too much about it, but Christianity in many ways is anti-Asian.

  4. Rich says:

    Hey, you should check out Blue Scholars. They’re pretty dope and the main rapper is Asian. It’s underground hip hop.

  5. youree says:

    jin was so ill then he kinda went away. Ruff Riders wasn’t right for him anyway.

    • Will says:

      Mainstream wasn’t just him. Maybe he can comeback and go about it way Drake is right now and stick with Mix tapes.

  6. SteviE Nash says:

    Hasn’t he become a Christian rapper or something? Maybe that’s just rumor.

    But apparently, since he’s dropped off the hip hop scene, he’s become big on religion.

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