Rap Radar Podcast: DJ Clark Kent

Written By: @Elliottwilson August 25, 2016 @ 10:59 AM EDT

God’s Favorite

It’s scary to think of what hip hop would’ve become without the presence of Brooklyn’s finest DJ Clark Kent. One of the culture’s greatest mixers behind the turntables, Clark was instrumental in the careers of Jay-Z, Notorious B.I.G., Dame Dash, and countless others. And he’s got the stories prove it! On the eve of his upcoming Ultimate Sneaker Expo (Yes Clark’s footwear passion is on par with his music collection prowess), Clark weighs on everything from Spike Lee’s role in the explosion of sneaker culture, the musical greatness of Kanye West and how Dave East’s upcoming project may have sparked his return to production. Listen and learn! Subscribe here.

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  • el jim chapo guzman

    TOP 16 EAST COAST DJ’S Grandmaster Flash
    Prince Paul
    Diamond D
    Dj Premier
    Pete Rock
    Lord Finesse
    Marley Marl
    Easy Mo Bee
    Organized Konfusion
    Dj Clark Kent
    Emile .

    • you forgot kid capri. unless u going w/ guys that dj but produce more ? and dj red alert

      • el jim chapo guzman

        Yeah you right my fault

      • Brian B.Dot™ Miller

        I think the in this modern era, we go Capri >> Clue >>> Drama

  • @WorldFamous_Kev

    He Is My All Time Fave, May Have To Start Listening To the Rap Radar Podcast Again. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Well Him and Pete Rock

  • dj willie dynamite

    please fix the link so we can download this episode from the website!

    • Brian B.Dot™ Miller

      What’s wrong with the link?

  • youngfandango

    bdot why does your laugh remind me of jay z laugh

  • Shelton Hardy

    This episode is waaaaaaaay better than that Young M.A. bs. I love to hear the old school gods talk about the behind scenes conversations and legendary albums. Need more episodes like this one.

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    • Brian B.Dot™ Miller

      Thanks for listening

  • MegaHind

    The minute the folks from Clark’s era are gone, hip hop is done. You hear the passion and goodwill for the culture oozing from his every pore. And he has swag as well as the linguistic bandwidth to communicate that passion in a manner that is accessible to the intellectual as well as the standing by the bodega street dude. Clark is one of my favorite peeps for real.


    • Brian B.Dot™ Miller

      Good analysis

      • MegaHind

        Word. When is the free [insert resellable thing of value here] arriving?


        • Brian B.Dot™ Miller

          hahaha. soon come.

    • greg kruxx