DJ Kay Slay Points To His Pioneering Status, With D-Block, Loaded Lux & Memphis Bleek (Mixtape)

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After nearly 40 years in Hip-Hop, DJ Kay Slay refuses to slow down. The Drama King lays down The Original Man, with its Egyptian-themed cover, perhaps reminding Heads that he’s been making tapes longer than some of his latest peers have been alive.

With that sense of personal, professional, and perhaps racial pride, the Uptown O.G. welcomes the likes of Young Buck, The LOX, Freeway, Loaded Lux, Memphis Bleek, and more for 18 tracks of hard-nosed Hip-Hop that bridges the generational gap, unites the geographic coasts, and keeps things flowing:


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