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Mister Cee is a complete legend. His profession was not too long ago profiled in honor of Hip-Hop’s fiftieth anniversary.

This week Rock The Bells carried out in an depth interview with Brooklyn, Lafayette Gardens particularly, native. Through the dialog the previous DJ for Huge Daddy Kane detailed his journey from his early days as a teenager to the indelible impression he left on the tradition. When requested about his earliest Hip-Hop reminiscence he pointed to his household. “Rising up at my grandparent’s home and studying to DJ by means of my late Uncle Barry and his next-door neighbor Anthony, who’re not with us” he revealed. “They have been in a DJ crew known as DJ Knight and the Knights of Hollywood. That’s how I began to study to DJ.”

The Nasty African additionally cleared up how he initially found The Infamous B.I.G.. “The primary time I met him was when his DJ 50 Grand, relaxation in peace, introduced B.I.G. to my home. The plan was we have been going to redo the basement demo that he and 50 Grand put collectively. Huge was very shy” he defined. He additionally went on to substantiate there’s unreleased materials recorded by the late nice MC whereas he was nonetheless alive. “There are nonetheless issues on the market. There’s not so much, perhaps one album of fabric nonetheless unreleased from Prepared To Die and Life After Loss of life periods. And even just a few issues earlier than Prepared To Die. To the powers that be, to the Puffy’s and the remainder of these guys, come see me when you want it. If they might discover it, one thing would have been finished with it by now” he added.

You may learn Mister Cee’s interview with Rock The Bells in entirety right here.

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