- 2 years ago
Playing tracks by
Yo Yo & Ice Cube, 50 Cent and Ludacris.
Jay also fell in love with radio in 1980. The first time he heard “Planet Rock” on Drexel University’s radio station, he was hooked. From that day onward, his days and nights were spent combing the radio dial for more of this “Hip-Hop” , which unfortunately at the time was near impossible to find on the radio and on the brand new station called “MTV”. As the popularity of Hip-Hop grew, Jay-Ski couldn’t wait to record rap radio shows on cassette every weekend. He was literally raised by classic radio shows such as “Street Beat with Lady B”, DJ Red Alert, and most of all by “Rap Attack” with Marley Marl and the late great Mr. Magic.
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