A Big Apple native with strong opinions on the state of hip-hop (see the previously-featured Like This), DJ JS-1 flies his old-school flag proudly on new album leak Boom Slap. Here, the headliner serves up a gritty, bell-accented instrumental (complete with beatboxing by Rahzel) as rap veteran KRS-One rocks the mic. For more “real hip-hop,” check out No One Cares when it hits stores June 21.
Written by richard on 05/5/11
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First DJ Booth Appearance:
"Like This" (2009)
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