For someone with J-Zone's
pedigree of left-field sampling and off the wall sound bites, a concept album
was only a matter of time. Never being one to go with the grain, Zone brings something a little
different to your eardrums with To Love a
Hooker, the soundtrack to a movie that doesn't actually exist. While it
will no doubt draw comparisons to other story telling concept albums like Prince Paul's A Prince Among Thieves, it has almost no guest stars and zero
emceeing. In fact, from what I can tell, the lone guest shot goes to Sadat X, playing a character who buys a
lap dance for our wayward anti-narrator.