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DJ Clark Kent On New York Hip-Hop, Producers, And Rappers

December 1, 2008

DJ Clark Kent gives us a rant on his version about what’s wrong with New York Hip-Hop, rappers, and producers.  Some interesting things are said… debatable, but interesting nonetheless.

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RILEYBOY BEATS December 2, 2008 at 11:18 am

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Forbez December 2, 2008 at 12:06 pm

Can anyone let me know the last time Dj Clark Kent produced something that was relevant. Not hating on him. But I feel like he’s living off of what he did early on with Jay. I dont even know the last song I heard that he produced. So if someone could shed some light on that for me, it would be much appreciated.


t.y. December 2, 2008 at 12:44 pm

The last track that i know of Clark Kent produced was off the last Redman album (Red Gone Wild). Track 11 (Dis Iz Brick City). The track was actually one of the better ones off the disappointing cd. It had that hot Millie Jackson “You’re The Joy Of My Life” sample. I can’t remember who else used that sample?? The Alchemist for Saigon’s “Say Yes” ?? Any one know?? But besides that the only thing Clark Kent had was a few tracks off Rakim’s “The Master” which was another dissapointing album, besides the couple Primo tracks. So honestly, Clark Kent can’t really say much for what he’s done since Jay. Any one else disagree??


K.A. December 20, 2008 at 12:04 pm

50 Cent – Fuck You

That’s a classic beat, a banga, by DJ Clark Kent, I believe. Anyone know the sample behind it?


Big Buck January 5, 2009 at 9:22 am

hahaha lyrics theres only one upcoming best rapper… and that is me.. there is no other best rapper.. goodnight dreamers.


Goonie January 28, 2009 at 11:38 am

im 16 years old and i am interested in becoming a hip hop artist.I have been rapping for about 5 years now and i believe that me and my brother are ready to enter the music entertainment bisiness. if you can could you give me sum info on how to get started.


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