|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Back To Da Hood Of Things||4||Audio||1995||Thump Records|
|2||Nayba'hood Queen / Give It To Me JV / Slow Down||7||Audio||1994||Thump Records|
|3||Queen With The Most Hits||16||Audio||2001||East Side Records (4)|
|4||It Gets No Reala||10||Audio||1996||Thump Records|
Jennifer Velarde better know as "JV" is a Mexican-American rap artist from Downey, California. Signed to Thump Records in 1993, her first album "Nayba'Hood Queen" was released the same year and it made her name pretty popular all over California, New Mexico, Arizona and other surrounding states. She stayed with Thump Records for one more album, "It Gets No Reala".
Thump wasn't feeling her album "It Gets No Reala" and they didn't promote it and barely moved it. JV decided it was time to move on because she out-grew them.
After leaving Thump, she changed her name to "J-Bug". Basically, it was a way to shake ties with Thump. She singed to Cash Flow Records and released the album "Lady Bug". On this album there is a heart wrenching song of a young girl's struggle dealing with the departure of her father (Daddy's Little Girl). It will definitely give you a lil more insight on her, and where her rhymes come from.
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