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DJ Kay Slay


Mar 24, 2020

DJ Kay Slay states: Recognize Hip-Hop Living Legends while they're still here

Hip-Hop has been around for more than 4 decades and a lot of things have evolved. The sound, the way of rapping, the different coasts and areas, the way that rappers dress, the different ad-libs, etc. Many torches of different hip-hop titles have been passed around for years but the problem is new rappers are acting like the veterans are too old to rap and should retire because no one wants to hear them anymore, and some old school rappers are not open to give the new generation of rappers a chance to prove themselves. One man who has been involved in the hip-hop game for years is the mixtape king, the king of all DJs, he can also be referred to as Drama King but if you haven't guessed it by now, I'm talking about the legendary DJ Kay Slay. Kay Slay has never been shy and he has always been very vocal about the status of hip-hop and exposing who's or what's fake, and so much more. One thing we must respect about Kay Slay, he always had the heart and the platform for the hip-hop pioneers, veterans, and new rappers to give them the chance of airplay to rap on Shade45 for the true essence of hip-hop music. For example, a rapper that Kay Slay was always behind and supporting is Papoose. The reason why I'm talking about DJ Kay Slay, it's because he dropped a new album this past Friday, March 6th, 2019 called Living Legend which was released under StreetSweepers Entertainment and EMPIRE Records. The 53-year-old legend gathered great artists like Bun B, Raekwon, Jadakiss, AZ, Ghostface Killah, Papoose, Jon Connor, Big K.R.I.T. and many more but most importantly he also got the legendary Queen of hip-hop herself, Queen Latifah. With all these amazing artists on one album called Living Legend, let's see what they and Kay Slay have to offer.

Written by @DocLJ

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