Stream DJ Kay Slay’s ‘The Big Brother’ Album Featuring Kendrick Lamar, Kevin Gates and More
The album, which marks the fourth in the New York native's discography, features a star-studded line-up: Kendrick Lamar, 2 Chainz, Rick Ross, Mac Miller, Kevin Gates, Tech N9ne, The Game, Dave East, Fat Joe, Busta Rhymes, Raekwon, Scarface, Jadakiss, Juicy J, Jay Rock, French Montana, Ice-T, Nipsey Hussle, Beanie Sigel, Freeway and E-40 are all featured.
The Big Brother follows up DJ Kay Slay's 2010 album, More Than Just a DJ, with his first two studio releases, The Streetsweeper Vol. 1 & The Streetsweeper Vol. 2 debuting in the top 10 debuts on Billboard’s Hip-Hop Chart and further establishing the graffiti artist-turned-DJ's integral place in quintessential New York hip-hop.
DJ Kay Slay was originally a prominent graffiti artist in New York City, even appearing in the 1983 hip-hop documentary, Style Wars. He turned to music in the early aughts, with his first 2003 single "Too Much For Me," featuring Birdman, Nas, Foxy Brown and then-up-and-coming singer, Amerie. Needless to say, the veteran DJ's new album is coming in just as hot as his debut, with fans and fellow artists alike drooling at the massive tracklist alone.
Take a listen to DJ Kay Slay's The Big Brother below and be sure to cop it on iTunes.
Tracklist for DJ Kay Slay’s The Big Brother
1. "Intro" feat. The Outlawz (prod. by Trackateering Music)
2. "Jealousy" feat. Busta Rhymes, Tech N9ne & The Game (prod. by Trackateering Music)*
3. "Wild One" feat. Rick Ross, 2 Chainz & Kevin Gates (prod. by Trackateering Music)*
4. "Lights Glowing" feat. Sheek Louch, Styles P & Scarface (prod. by Trackateering Music)+
5. "Super Trick" (Skit)
6. "Regulate" feat. Jadakiss, Lloyd Banks & Joell Ortiz (prod. by Trackateering Music)
7. "Story Of My Life" feat. Papoose, Mysonne & AZ (prod. by Trackateering Music)#
8. "No Regrets" feat. Bun B, Fat Joe & McGruff (prod. by Trackateering Music)
9. "Cold Summer" feat. Kendrick Lamar, Mac Miller & Kevin Gates (prod. by Streetsweepers Ent. & Ty Sticks)^
10. "Gangster Rhythm" feat. Uncle Murda, Trick Trick, Z-Ro & Ra Diggs (prod. by StreetSweepers Ent. & Ty Sticks)
11. "Can’t Tell Me Nothing" feat. Young Buck, Raekwon & Jay Rock (prod. by Trackateering Music)*
12. "Hip Hop Icons" feat. Ice-T & Kool G. Rap (prod. by Twins Productions & Trackateering Music)
13. "It’s Harlem" feat. Dave East, Ms. Hustle, Vado & Jaquae (prod. by Boogz Bond)
14. "This Is My Culture" feat. Ransom, Papoose, Jon Connor & Locksmith (prod. by Trackateering Music)
15. "Respect The Cipher" feat. Loaded Lux, Mistah Fab, Termanology, Ms. Hustle, Nicky DS, Oun P & Ras Kass (prod. by Trackateering Music)
16. "A Million Bucks" feat. Troy Ave, Nipsey Hussle, Rocko, Vado & Fatman Scoop (prod. by Chris Prythm)
17. "Death, Murder & Mayhem" feat. Beanie Sigel, Freeway, Young Chris & Tracey Lee (prod. by Juco Brix)
18. "Coast 2 Coast" feat. E-40, 3D Natee & Troy Ave (prod. by Trackateering Music)
19. "Fuk Da Party Up" feat. Juicy J, Project Pat, Meet Sims & Ms. Hustle
20. "Stage 2 Haters" ( Skit )
21. "Keep Your Eyes Open" feat. Maino, Young Buck & Nick Grant (prod. by Trackateering Music)+
22. "Rose Showers" feat. French Montana, Dave East & Zoey Dollaz (prod. by Trackateering Music)+
* Hook sung by Meet Sims
+ Hook sung by J-Delice
# Hook sung by Merecco Turner
^ Hook sung by Rell
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