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There are several artists with this name.
1) An American-born Chinese rapper, MC Jin Au-Yeung.
2) Jin Berekelea (member of the moldavian experimental rock band Headswitch).
3) A solo project by Russian guitarist Eugene “Jin” Mischenko.
4) Jin (correct tag: じん), a sound producer, composer, and arranger from Japan.
5) Jin (you may prefer to use the tag ); a South Korean pop singer under Woollim Entertainment scheduled to debut in a girl group sometime in late 2013/early 2014.

1) Jin The Emcee: A native of Miami, Florida, is the son of Chinese immigrants, and his parents own their own restaurant. Jin became interested in Hip Hop when he was in middle school and started battling his classmates in the cafeteria during lunch.

Jin emerged on the scene after winning consecutive emcee battles on 106 & Park’s “Freestyle Friday”, and after winning 7 weeks of battles; Ruff Ryders came to him and offered him a contract. He accepted and was then part of the Ruff Ryder family and his first album on the Ruff Ryder label. “The Rest is History” (2004) was Jin’s rookie album and he released two singles “Learn Chinese” which was produced by Wyclef and “Senorita”.

On May 18, 2005 Jin released a song named “I Quit”. The song was widely misunderstood because of its name. People thought that Jin had quit the rap game but he hasn’t, as he stated that he went off to explore other things.


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