DJ Kay Slay returns to feed the streets with his new collection of music. Guests include Papoose, Jon Connor, Kendrick Lamar, Gunplay and more. Download the tape in its entirety after the jump.
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Attention: The Drama King will be releasing his new mixtape, The Return Of The Gate Keeper later today, and he drops off his new posse cut beforehand. This one is tough. You’re now excused. dsom
More than likely While You Were Sleeping, Jon visited DJ Kay Slay’s show and turned Streetsweeper’s Radio show out with a in-studio rendition of his mixtape’s third track.
Beanie takes advantage of his appearance on DJ Kay Slay’s show by shooting an in-studio
Kay Slay is back with a brand new tape for the streets which features previous released tracks as well as a couple unreleased as well. Tracklist and download link after the cut.
There’s been a murder.
Kay Slay’s more than just a DJ. Five years ago, he got into publishing and created the men’s magazine, Straight Stuntin. He’s also set to release his graffiti book, The Master Of Dezasters. But despite his brand extension, music is still the cornerstone. And later this year, he plans drop his fourth and final album, Rhyme Or Die. In our last segment, Slay discusses being the Black Hugh Hefner and the state of hip-hop. Rap Radar Interviews Kay Slay Pt.1 | Rap Radar […]
“You’re Kay Slay, the fee’s waived” Remember when DJs broke artists? Well, Kay Slay does. And during his reign as mixtape king, he “contributed strongly to the success” of artists like T.I., 50 Cent, and Papoose, who secured a million dollar record deal. His word held so much weight, that even Eminem contributed a pair of tracks for free, including this freestyle. In part two of our interview, Slay speaks on breaking new talent, Em, and his conflict with Jay-Z. […]
shot: the dark nyte | canon eos 60d DJ Kay Slay’s been in the game for years. During hip-hop’s infancy in the late 70s, the Harlem native was known as the graffiti artist, Dezzy Dez. As one of the city’s top bombers, he was featured in the documentary Style Wars. Eventually, he parlayed his skills to DJing. After a stint in jail, Slay turned his hobby into a job with his Streetsweeper mixtape series and gig on Hot 97. In the first of our three part interview, […]
E-40 brought his Bay slang over to DJ Kay Slay’s Streetsweepers radio show recently and recited his verses off “Function” and “They Point”. The Block Brochure is available here. streetheatTV