DJ Mister Cee Mix Will Rocks a Free-Form Mix for True Music Lovers (Audio)

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No longer at his afternoon post at HOT 97, DJ Mister Cee is in transition. The iconic DJ for Big Daddy Kane, mentor to The Notorious B.I.G., and mainstay at tri-state radio reportedly left the signal to maintain his beliefs of what should be played, when, and not conforming to commercial pressures of what Hip-Hop ought to be.

On Cee’s near-one hour mix on the Ed Lover Show on Backspin for Sirius XM Radio, he puts his money where his mouth is. The Finisher cracks open the crates and slices, blends, and curates a simply amazing mix featuring KRS-One, Nice & Smooth, ’60s Pop band The Association, The Afros, Syl Johnson, Eric B. & Rakim, Big Daddy Kane, Special Ed, Chill Rob G, and so much more.


DJ Mister Cee has made so many legendary tributes, mixtapes, and talked-about radio moments, but can a simple re-energized free-form mix be the Brooklyn, New York veteran at his best?

Just. Press. Play.

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