DJ Drama collaborates with some of Hip-Hop’s brightest stars and sharpest veterans for a lifetime of unforgettable collaborations. The 44-year-old believes he has left an indelible mark on the culture and will not accept any recognition that does not qualify for that status.
“I can’t be politically correct anymore,” the Generation Now co-founder said on cigar talk Hosted by Naji Chill. “For everything I’ve done for culture and everything I’ve done for people and everything I’ve done for hip hop, it’s like ni**as can’t see me.”
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Philly DJs contribute to a range of events legendary mixtape And be proud of it. “Secondly, never question what I mean about hip hop,” he said. “If it weren’t for DJ Drama, how many classic mixtapes would we have? How many artists I haven’t introduced to the world or been a part of?”
Drama’s comments are somewhat exaggerated, probably because that’s a typical motivation for his upcoming LP title. “That being said, i really like it is the strongest title i can think of [think of],” he said to end his statement.
i really like it Scheduled for release on March 24, features Lil Uzi VertBaby, gucci maneoffset, Little DirkRoddy Ritchie, jack harlowFreddie Gibbs, and doe boy. There’s every reason to believe the album will be a success, as DJ Drama and Tyler, Creator on their grammy winning album call me if you get lost and his gangster grill– Works with Jeezy’s themes, jim jonessimba, snoop doggJ. Cole, Dreamville, etc.