DJ JS-1 has been impressing readers for a few weeks now with a series of cuts from his new album It Is What It Isn't. A true DJ who not only produces his own material but also executes scratches, he's been a part of the NYC hip-hop scene in the 1990s, steadily rising to the top of his game. On "Interference," JS-1 continues doing what he does best: drawing quality material from some of rap's finest. Ras Kass and Esoteric, both dope spitters in their own right, sound truly inspired on this one. Give the track a listen and let us know what you think.
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