Jus Allah

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Jus Allah
Birth name James Bostick
Also known as Megatraum
King Jus
The God Jus Allah
The Ominous
Born (1978-06-30) June 30, 1978 (age 36)
Origin Camden, New Jersey, United States
Genres Hip hop, Horrorcore
Years active 1993–present
Labels Enemy Soil
Associated acts Jedi Mind Tricks
Army of the Pharaohs

James Bostick (born June 30, 1978), better known by his stage name Jus Allah is a New Jersey rapper who made his official debut on Jedi Mind Tricks second album Violent by Design in 2000. He is known for his aggressive lyrics that are commonly Afro-centric and hateful subject matter. He heavily uses the rhyming technique known as multi-syllabic rhyming, which is abundant in Violent By Design and A History of Violence.


1994-2000: Early days[edit]

Jus Allah has told many sources his biggest influence in the hip hop game is New Jersey based artist Be Free. "Be Free taught me everything"

2001-2006: Leaving Jedi Mind Tricks[edit]

A short while after the release of Violent by Design, Jus left amid uncertainty over JMT's new association with Babygrande Records. He then went on to start his solo career at rapper Virtuoso’s label, Omnipotent Records. In 2005 he left Omnipotent Records, joined Babygrande, and dropped his first solo album, All Fates Have Changed. Jus later stated in interviews that he had never given his OK for the album to be released, and wasn't satisfied with some of the album's production. In early 2006 an album called Necronomicon was released featuring both Jus and Boston rapper Bomshot as hip-hop duo The Devilz Rejects. Jus stated that he had absolutely nothing to do with the album, and that he was not being paid for it. The new verses on the album were most likely old, unreleased recordings from his prior label Omnipotent Records, where Bomshot was also an artist. At some point after the The Devilz Rejects was proven to be a sham, Jus released a mixtape entitled, "Bomshot is a faggot" featuring multiple rare songs and remixes. Jus is currently working on his second album entitled "Meanest Man Alive", which was going to be produced by producer C-Lance, in its entirety, before the falling out of the two. According to the most recent interview with Bostick, the instrumentals on MMA will be composed by Level 13 (other than the single, "180", which had been produced by C-lance). The album was set to be released multiple times in the last few years but never dropped.

2007- 2013: Reunion with Jedi Mind Tricks, future solo album[edit]

In 2007 Jus reunited with his former group Jedi Mind Tricks and released their first collaborative track in 5 years, titled "The Rebuilding". In an interview conducted in September 2007 on the Art of Rhyme website, Jus Allah announced that he has rejoined Jedi Mind Tricks.[1] In the interview he states: "I'm back in the group [and] I'm focused on... putting out the next Jedi Mind Tricks album... 'A History of Violence'." In addition, he says that he has rejoined Babygrande and that the entire "All Fates Have Changed" fiasco has been put in the past, and was in large part a misunderstanding [2].

JMT's new label, Enemy Soil, will be releasing Jus Allah's second solo album, M.M.A. (Meanest Man Alive). However, since Enemy Soil is not promoting the album it's unknown if the record is still going to drop under this label. A promo single was released in 2009 called 'Hell Awaits Promo' featuring Vinnie Paz.

Departure from Jedi Mind Tricks and Army of the Pharaohs & Meanest Man Alive (2014-present)[edit]

In 2014, it was confirmed that Jus Allah had left the groups Jedi Mind Tricks and the supergroup Army of the Pharaohs. The reason for his departure has not been disclosed.[1] MMA was originally announced to be released November 26, 2013. However, on November 25th, 2013, Jus Allah tweeted that the album was pushed back yet again for the 8th time, and the release date has yet to be announced. The first single is called '180º'. With his departure from Jedi Mind Tricks and Army of the Pharaohs, this meant that ties with Enemy Soil had been severed, thus leaving him unsigned. No news have been released whether or not the album will be released.


Solo albums[edit]

Group albums[edit]

Appears on[edit]

  • Jedi Mind Tricks, "Get This Low" (Superegular Recordings - 1993)
  • Jedi Mind Tricks, "Heavenly Divine" 12" (Superegular Recordings - 1999)
  • Vinnie Paz, "Raw Is War" 12" (Superegular Recordings - 2000)
  • Jedi Mind Tricks, "Genghis Khan" 12" (Superegular Recordings - 2000)
  • Jedi Mind Tricks, "Retaliation" 12" (Superegular Recordings - 2001)
  • Virtuoso, World War I: The Voice Of Reason LP (Brick Records - 2001)
  • Army of the Pharaohs, Rare Shit, Collabos & Freestyles (Compilation mix CD) (N/A - 2003)
  • Omnipotent Records, Era of the Titans: Vol. 1 (Omnipotent Records - 2004)
  • 7L & Esoteric, Moment of Rarities (Babygrande Records - 2005)
  • Bomshot, Kill Em All: The Worst of Bomshot Vol. 1 (Leedz Edutainment - 2005)
  • Blue Sky Black Death, A Heap of Broken Images (Mush Records - 2006)
  • Chan, "Politickin' Vol. 1 Album" (Dynasty Muzik - 2006)
  • Snowgoons, German Lugers (Babygrande Records - 2007)
  • iCON the Mic King, "Black Arts" 12" (Indieground Records - 2007)
  • King Syze, "Collective Bargaining" (2011)
  • Poetic Death, "Shakespeare's Science" (2011)
  • Madecipha, "Terrible Things" (2011)
  • King Magnetic, "Everything's A Gamble Vol. 3" (2012)
  • Vinnie Paz, "God of the Serengeti" (Enemy Soil - 2012)
  • Ill Bill, "The Grimy Awards" (Uncle Howie Records - 2013)
  • Snowgoons, "Raps of the Titans" (Welcome to the Goondox - 2013)
  • Madecipha, "War Zone" (2014)
  • Le S'1DROM + Army of the Pharaohs, "Army of Bastardz" (2014)
  • righteousness gone "ghostwatcher" (2014)


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