Chinese American rapper Jin came to fame when he won BET's 106 and Park Freestyle Friday competition for 7 consecutive weeks in 2001, which led to him being signed on by Ruff Riders.
In 2004, he released the debut album "And the Rest is History". Track 3 Get Your Handz Off features African American/Puerto Rican rapper/producer Swizz Beatz. Rapper Twista appears on Track 5 Come Thru; contributors to other tracks include Kanye West, Wyclef, Aja Smith, Lyfe Jennings, Styles P and L.T.
Jin's 2006 album "100 Grand Jin" features the British RnB duo Floetry in Music is for Life.