Take a deep breath as you read the line-up for DJ Kay Slay’s “’90s Flow.” Fat Joe, Ghostface, Raekwon, Sheek Louch, McGruff, N.O.R.E, Lil Fame, Prodigy & Rell all rep for that longevity for the New York state. It’s a nice nostalgic record with Rell handling the hook and everybody else delivering some very hot verses. With any luck, this is the year we get Rhyme Or Die. Slay’s next tape, The Rise Of A City, is coming soon. Shouts to DSOM. Previously: DJ Kay Slay Ft. Sheek Louch, Styles P & Vado – The Sound Of NYC Follow @SermonsDomain
DJ Kay Slay is back once again with the next single off his last album, Rhyme Or Die. This is a pretty normal combination until you toss in Jadakiss and Rico Love. The latter handles the hook but it suffers from a generic concept. Kiss’ verse was hot, Juicy J gets it in with his usual ratchet antics and 2 Chainz is kind of just there and didn’t leave much of a presence. Purchase: DJ Kay Slay Ft. Juicy J, Jadakiss, 2 Chainz & Rico Love – Keep Calm Previously: Mixtape: DJ Kay Slay – The Last Champion Follow @SermonsDomain
When it comes down to it, DJ Kay Slay is living the title of The Last Champion when it comes to this mixtape game. As said before, most DJs aren’t interested in dropping tapes like this anymore. The internet has shifted everything. Preparing for Rhyme Or Die, this latest tape features Styles P, Raekwon, Freddie Gibbs, Joell Ortiz, Beanie Sigel, Chinx Drugz, Busta Rhymes and many more. Stream and download below. Shouts to DSOM.
DJ Kay Slay’s The Last Champion is right around the corner. Here’s the latest single that is overshadowed by an indestructible Joell Ortiz. Seriously, he bodied this too tough. Fred The Godson spits a line that probably shouldn’t have been said: “Girls say I blew up/ downtown Boston.” Raekwon comes off well ending the song too. Wash them, Slay! Shouts to Xalence. DJ Kay Slay Ft. Joell Ortiz, Fred The Godson & Raekwon – Hitman For Hire Previously: DJ Kay Slay Ft. Sheek Louch, Styles P & Vado – The Sound Of NYC Follow @SermonsDomain
DJ Kay Slay continues to prolong his final album, Rhyme Or Die, in lieu of another mixtape. The Last Champion is coming very soon, but we’re experiencing “The Sound Of NYC” early. Featuring three of NY’s finest, the joint pays homage and sticks to that certain sound that has been branded out of the Big Apple. None of that new stuff. Salute to DSOM. In a bonus freestyle, the Wu-Block boys take on Wiz Khalifa’s “Bout Me.” They also let us know about this year’s plan that includes a new Jadakiss album, Lox LP, another Wu-Block effort and more. DJ Kay Slay… continue reading
Gathering all the artists together on one scene would be harder than trying to assemble Voltron. DJ Kay Slay works with what he can do as he gets the members of “About That Life” in separate scenes. It turns out to be good with Ross lounging in a luxurious room or Nelly standing in the street rapping, for example. Directed by Street Heat TV and Decatur Dan. Rhyme Or Die will be out later this year. Previously: DJ Kay Slay Ft. Fabolous, T-Pain, Rick Ross, Nelly & French Montana – About That Life Follow @SermonsDomain