Given the acclaim his last few tracks have earned on these pages, I think it's safe to say that DJ JS-1 is about as "profeshional" as hip-hop DJs come nowadays. On a new album single, the NY representative grabs top-notch verses from Ill Bill and Slaine, bot
The King Of Everything Else hits stores in just a few short days, but before the full album comes out, Slaine is back with just one last single.
Here's a banger for our underground enthusiasts. This video's stockpiled with underground hip hop legends. How do y'all feel about the collabo with Ill Bill, Fredro Starr, Thirsten Howl 3rd, More? Can you appreciate the bars here?
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