Da Beatminerz In The House! DJ Evil Dee’s Tribute Mix For Frankie Knuckles (Audio)

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DJ Evil Dee stays on the mix (c’mon, and kick it!). One of the living legends of Bushwick, Brooklyn and Hip-Hop production has been making mixtapes for over 25 years. Although Evil Dee (and brother Mr. Walt) are best known for grimy, bass-driven Hip-Hop beats (especially with his group, Black Moon), often with a Jazz or Dancehall tinge, Evil is a huge fan of House music. He was touched by this week’s tragic news about the death of House Music pioneer/Godfather Frankie Knuckles, and made a tribute mix that bangs:

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Related: RIP Frankie Knuckles, the Godfather of House Music