Another one from JS-1′s It Is What It Isn’t, available now.
Official label description: “Although it hasn’t been that long since the legendary Grand Wizard Theodore invented scratching and helped birth an entire genre in the process, it seems like the current generation is more concerned with fame and ratings than making timeless music. Here to squash the nonsense and educate the youth is the Queens’ [cont.]
DJ JS-1 shows you how to dj without breast implants and an ipad. “I’m re-creating and practicing some of the set i did at the CMJ show this year in New York. I saved the files i spun and redid this at home practicing…. one day i hope to be a real DJ like Alicia [cont.]
New video from DJ JS-1′s highly anticipated album, No One Cares. DJ JS-1′s No One Cares will be available for purchase on June 21st via Fat Beats Distribution.
Taken from JS-1′s Ground Original 3: No One Cares LP. LISTEN: DJ JS-1 – “Reppin’ NY” (feat. Lil Fame, Joell Ortiz, Freddie Foxxx) DJ JS-1 – “Reppin’ NY” (feat. Lil Fame, Joell Ortiz, Freddie Foxxx)
New video from L.I.F.E. Long titled “Veteran” featuring DJ JS-1, directed by Rodolfo Duran. The video is the first single taken from L.I.F.E. Long’s upcoming album “The Waiting Game” with Black Sparx to be released this Summer on Domination Recordings.
DJ JS-1, Razhel, Mix Master Mike and DJ Muggs have formed a new group called The Elements. The Elements will be teaming up with The Public Record and yet undiscovered artists to make new music as well as a new interactive experience with the music. Check out the video above and/or their website.
JS-1 has transformed himself into more than just another New York DJ. From scratching with Regis on Regis and Kelly to making the DJ essential “Scratch Roulette” series, JS-1 is more of a brand than just a guy who spins records. It’s been 7 years since he dropped the seminal Ground Original, which featured a [cont.]
Yes, this is for real. Don’t forget JS-1′s No Sell Out: Ground Original 2 album is in stores today.
For far too many hip-hoppers of the younger generation (myself included), the art of deejaying has been overshadowed by mixtape DJs with names like Clue?, Kay Slay, and Big Mike, leading them to believe that a DJ is just a person with exclusive songs, freestyles, and a voice overtop of a record. Even those DJs [cont.]
“I rep the underground sound like C.H.U.D. with headphones” – C Rayz Walz Now there’s a visual for you: Cannibalistic Humanoid Underground Dwellers with buds in their ears, eyes glowing red from weed smoke, heads nodding to some grimy East Coast shit. Whether or not your imagination inserts DJ-JS1′s Ground Original into their portables is [cont.]
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