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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JV (4) Discography Tracks
|THCD9925||JV (4)||Nayba'Hood Queen (CD, Album)||Thump Records||THCD9925||US||1994||Sell This Version|
|JV (4)||It Gets No Reala (Album)||Thump Records||US||1996||Sell This Version|
|none||JV (4)||Ladybug (CD, Album)||Thump Records, Inc.||none||US||2002||Sell This Version|
Singles & EPs
|JV (4)||Nayba'Hood Queen (Single)||Thump Records||US||1994||Sell This Version|
|TH12"-2210||JV (4)||Back To Da Hood Of Things (12", Cle)||Thump Records||TH12"-2210||US||1995||Sell This Version|
|TH2211||JV (4)||Time Keeps Slippin' Away (But I Keep Goin' On) (CD, Single, Promo)||Thump Records||TH2211||US||1995||Sell This Version|
|TH2220||Kid Frost, A.L.T., JV (4), Slow Pain, Rocky Padilla||Kid Frost, A.L.T., JV (4), Slow Pain, Rocky Padilla - Bump Dat Ass (12", Single)||Thump Records||TH2220||1995||Sell This Version|
|JV (4)||What We Have Here (Single)||Thump Records||US||1996||Sell This Version|
|ESR-2010-2||JV (4)||Queen With The Most Hits (CD, Comp)||East Side Records (4)||ESR-2010-2||US||2001||Sell This Version|