Though DJ JS-1‘s been in the game for years, there are still all too many people out there who would tell him how to run his career. On new single Last to Know, the NYC native recruits frequent collaborator Tonedeff to lace his lightly jazzy boardwork with rhymes satirizing these know-it-alls’ diverse and varied (but never particularly informed) opinions. If this tongue-in-cheek selection’s left you craving more, you’ll find what you seek on JS-1’s Nobody Cares LP, scheduled to drop June 21, via Fat Beats Records and the DJ’s own Ground Original.
Written by richard on 06/17/11
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"Like This" (2009)
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