J Net is a new rapper on the scene who is set on dominating the clubs with his upcoming debut My Party EP, produced by hip hop music man Rob E, the man behind “Hit Me On Twitter.” J Net’s leading single “I Ain’t Cha Man” is filled with a thumping beat and enough synth to get the dance floor moving into a frenzy. Though catchy synth is already a staple in the hip hop and pop community, what sets this song apart is J Net’s unique rhyme scheme. The flow in this track is a fast paced onslaught in the manner of Busta Rhymes, but with a unique tone that isn’t afraid to head for the weird, reminiscent of vocal adventures undertaken by Lil’ Wayne and Nicki Minaj. However, J Net didn’t stop there. As any aspiring rapper knows, the sound is half the battle and the other half is image and swagger. This is where J Net removes all the brakes, as he has put together a top notch production directed by music video mogul Rock Jacobs. Jacobs is responsible for music videos for Nelly, 50 Cent, Lil John, Ice Cube, Bow Wow, and Iyaz, just to name a few. The video features barely clothed models on expensive motorcycles with J Net at the center of this sex-ifyed universe. To add fuel to the fire, one of the models happens to be the Brazilian video vixen Carol Seleme, who has appeared as the leading role in videos for Snoop Dogg, Far East Movement, Lil John, 3OH!3, Pitbull and many more.