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Sep 17th
Home Sections Entertainment J-Ricz Releases New Album “Musicphiliac”
J-Ricz Releases New Album “Musicphiliac” PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Christina N. Luna   
Wednesday, 01 September 2010 21:23


S an Francisco, California J-Ricz, a singer-songwriter-producer releases sophomore album entitled “Musicphiliac”. The anticipated album available on August 31, 2010, is fully written and produced by J-Ricz bringing in a new wave of vision and creativity to the music scene. All details are available at:


Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, J-Ricz brings fresh new R&B/pop music to his fan base locally and nationally. J-Ricz' roots are from the Bay Area's R&B male group, “Next Phaze”. As his career and music evolved, J-Ricz made his debut as a solo artist in 2008 with the album, “Genesis.” The album has been well-received also internationally, especially in the Japan market, where the album is currently distributed by Inpartmaint Inc. J-Ricz' singles “Do For You” & “Beautiful Life” have become one of the top sellers on iTunes Japan alongside artists such as Ne-Yo, Alicia Keys, & Jay Sean.


Musicphiliac” has been highly anticipated for success and J-Ricz' newest single titled, “Go” is already receiving great remarks from fans, producers and industry professionals alike. The new album encompasses an evolution of J-Ricz' music career as first songwriter, then performer and now producer. J-Ricz' record release party featuring J-Ricz' show and a number of collaborations is slated for September in the San Francisco Bay Area.


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