JMSN shares a stream of his sophomore album, "JMSN (The Blue Album)."

On December 9th, Detroit songwriter/producer Christian Berishaj, aka JMSN, will self-release his latest full-length, JMSN (Blue Album). In anticipation, the full 14-track effort is streaming below.

The Blue Album serves as Berishaj’s first release since his 2012 solo debut, †Priscilla†. However, in the intervening time, he’s contributed vocals to a number of different hip hop albums, including Kendrick Lamar’s good kid, m.A.A.d. city, Ab-Soul’s These Days, and Tyga’s Hotel California, among others. Despite working with such high-profile artists, Berishaj runs his own label (White Room Records) and operates almost predominantly out of his home studio.

JMSN-Street-Sweeper-2014-1500x1500At 14 songs in length, the project is his most complete to date, with standout tracks being “Street Sweeper,” “Addicted,” and “Need U.” His growth since his 2013 EP †Pllaj놠is evident, and it’s clear JMSN has mastered his own lane of music without bending to outside pressure. Creativity in its purest form.

In an open letter regarding the album, Berishaj said that it would document “my evolution of life and sound,” adding,

The Blue Album is starting to take form and will continue to form in ways beyond myself. That’s what I love about music and life. It’s so unpredictable. It’s so fun to go with the flow of energy and watch things form as they always do.”

JMSN is out 12/9 on WhiteRoom. Pre-order it in physical and digital formats. JMSN plays a release show that night at the Echo in Los Angeles.