The Neighborhood With DJ Clark Kent (Video)

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“This is my neighborhood, and I will NEVER turn my back on it.”

In the latest edition of  “The Neighborhood”, Complex TV heads to Crown Heights, Brooklyn to catch up with DJ Clark Kent and chop it up about the place that made him who he is today. It definitely wasn’t an easy place to grow up says Dana Dane’s former DJ, “I’m one of the very very few guys in that neighborhood that made it out and made something of himself.” And it’s a good thing he did, because if he didn’t? Hip-Hop would be missing some great music from its catalog such as Junior Mafia’s “Player’s Anthem” and his dope work alongside Jay-Z on Reasonable Doubt, with tracks like “Brooklyn’s Finest”, “Coming of Age”, and “Cashmere Thoughts.” But luckily he did make it out, and the Hip-Hop world is a better place because of it. Where Brooklyn at?

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