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8 thoughts on “ Interlude - DJ Whoo Kid - Escape From New York (Cassette)

  1. Aug 16,  · Dj Whoo Kid - 90 Minute Shoot out Pt.2 Dj Whoo Kid - Armageddon Dj Whoo Kid - Club Shady Pt.2 Dj Whoo Kid - Escape from New York (hosted by Nas) Dj Whoo Kid - Goin Platinum Dj Whoo Kid - Grand Theft Auto (hosted by Capone) Dj Whoo Kid - Kid with the Golden Arm #1 Dj Whoo Kid - Kid with the Golden Arm #2 Dj Whoo Kid - Ni##as Don't Want It.
  2. Cashing In - Mo Money in the Bank: Part Three, a Mixtape by Lloyd Banks. Released in on Shady. Genres: East Coast Hip Hop, Hardcore Hip Hop. Featured peformers: DJ Whoo Kid (host).
  3. Oct 12,  · Yves Mondesir—better known by his professional alias DJ Whoo Kid—is one of the most accomplished DJs in hip-hop pomiddebsrocktesciapinowersadoperch.coinfo and bred in Jamaica, Queens, he cut his teeth at .
  4. Mar 12,  · MyMy Hip Hop is a streaming music platform that allows listeners to discover and help promote new independent hip-hop artists. Popular radio personality on Eminem's Sirius XM Shade 45 channel, DJ.
  5. Sep 21,  · DJ Whoo Kid’s “The Famous As F*ck Tape” is scheduled to be released on October 28, through SMH Records.
  6. DJ Whoo Kid & Mazaradi Fox - Fresh Out Da Body Shop (Hosted By 50 Cent & Whoo Kid) World Wide Legacy Presents Wayne's World (THE COMPLETE SERIES) DJ Ideal & Lloyd Banks - New York Times; AZ - Legacy; Big Proof - Mayor Of Detroit (2CD) DJ Get-It-Rite Presents G-Unit - 3 Man Army; DJ Rob E Rob & Lil Wayne: Best Of Lil Wayne.
  7. Disco beat, electronic rhythms, new age, jazz improvisation: you name it! New "Focus" as some reviewers mention? But this "Focus" could have remain silent. As far as this track is concerned at least. This track, is just booooring. I wonder where is the Beethoven's revenge. Our dear Ludwig must be pretty P. Rocking alright, this song will.
  8. In the late 70's into the early 80's DJs began recording mixtapes out of their homes, referring to them as House Tapes. DJs such as Harold G. (who later became known as Whiz Kid) and DJ Super V would create personalized House Tapes which would eventually circulate throughout New York City.

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