DJ Kay Slay Brings It Back To His Graffiti Roots With Termanology, Chris Rivers, Papoose & More (Video)

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The Drama King has been a nonstop content supplier lately. The Harlem, New York graffiti writer-turned-DJ-turned-radio personality let go of a visual from recent audio single “Enter The Cypher,” featuring Termanology, Papoose, Chris Rivers, and William Young. As was the case with another recent Slay and Pap’ collabo, the visual features some classic NYC graffiti murals. However, with all the colors imaginable bleeding into the camera lenses for this one, it’s a great reminder that even with Five Points buffed over, Hip-Hop’s oldest element is still very much alive in its birthplace.

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