Musical Therapy is literally a lyrical therapy session with a beat and a melody. The album opens with a reprise of his hit single "My Mind" featuring labeled mate Mic Bminor which exudes a conscious opening to the album serving as the calm before the storm. Leads into an explosive single "DIP [Difference in Opinion]" featuring labelmate Ceaseless. Throughout the album, you swim in a sea of thoughts and emotions as he takes you through his thought process. A very seamless album from top to bottom and a must listen to the introverted hopeless romantic.
Jim E. Watts, formerly known as J-DUB, grew up in Detroit, Michigan. Watts is an all-around musician (saxophonist, guitarist, pianist drummer and hip-hop artist). He has been producing music since the age of 13, and writing since 15. With his nostalgic, therapeutic and ear pleasing sound, Watts's music is influenced by artist such as Andre 3000, Lauryn Hill, Eyrka Badu, Drake, Kendrick Lamar, Eminem, Prince, Jamiroquai and Sade. His music stands to tell a tale of heartbreak and life experience. Every song is from the heart making him relatable, which allows his words to cut deeper. Unapologetically unafraid of being different or willing to stray from the social norms, music has become Watts’s therapeutic release.