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Album: More Than Just a DJ

Artist: DJ Kay Slay

  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Release Date: 2010
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 20

  • Copyright: ℗ 2010 E1 Music

Tracklist For More Than Just a DJ By Artist DJ Kay Slay

Title Artist Time
1
More Than Just a DJ (Intro) [f DJ Kay Slay 2:12 USD 0.99
2
Men of Respect (feat. Tony Yay DJ Kay Slay 4:53 USD 0.99
3
Bad Girls (feat. Jacki-O, Remy DJ Kay Slay 3:46 USD 0.99
4
Blockstars (feat. Yo Gotti, Ji DJ Kay Slay 3:45 USD 0.99
5
Monster Muzik (feat. Cam'ron & DJ Kay Slay 3:44 USD 0.99
6
Layed Out (feat. Bun B & Twist DJ Kay Slay 4:21 USD 0.99
7
Gangsta Shit (feat. OJ da Juic DJ Kay Slay 4:10 USD 0.99
8
Straight Stuntin Magazine Phot DJ Kay Slay 1:46 USD 0.99
9
Let's Ryde Together (feat. Tri DJ Kay Slay 4:37 USD 0.99
10
Thug Luv (feat. Maino, Papoose DJ Kay Slay 3:57 USD 0.99
11
Building with the God (Skit) DJ Kay Slay 1:20 USD 0.99
12
See the Light (feat. AZ, Raekw DJ Kay Slay 3:39 USD 0.99
13
Hustle Game (feat. Bun B, Webb DJ Kay Slay 3:22 USD 0.99
14
God Forgive Me (feat. Joell Or DJ Kay Slay 3:17 USD 0.99
15
Kay Slayd'em (feat. Uncle Murd DJ Kay Slay 3:38 USD 0.99
16
Make the Block Hot (feat. Nina DJ Kay Slay 4:37 USD 0.99
17
You Heard of Us (Remix) [feat. DJ Kay Slay 3:23 USD 0.99
18
Street Credibility (feat. San DJ Kay Slay 3:55 USD 0.99
19
Blockstars (Remix) [feat. Bust DJ Kay Slay 4:43 USD 0.99
20
Building with the God, Pt. 2 ( DJ Kay Slay 1:33 USD 0.99

Reviews For More Than Just a DJ By Artist DJ Kay Slay

  • Another sorry compilation

    1
    By KOOL as ICE
    Only two or three good songs.
  • Finally!!!

    1
    By Liveforever67
    Finally, instead of hearing Kay Slay shout over other peoples songs and destroy the intro to every song..they gave him his own album to do it to. Hopefully this will keep him from ruining everyone else's songs and he can just make beats and keep his mouth shut now.
  • Really!

    1
    By Cjb31
    I didn't even listen to it and I already know it's garbage
  • Trash

    1
    By Thatz That Ish
    I hate i even Sample This Album! Horrible. Im about to get in the Game if this S&*@# is Acceptable!
  • One Track

    2
    By LaLaLance
    Only bought track 12 also... Rae AZ and Ghost, but the rest is common ish.
  • No

    2
    By Muppeto
    Buy track 12 and that's it. Nuff said.
  • Trash

    1
    By brooklyn atl & l.a
    All he's taking about is the same things people Sterotype in Hip-Hop!!!!!!!
  • Kaslay

    4
    By Hustle Hard Playa Boy
    This DJ went from video game music to this! He is a great rapper but he needs some touching up.
  • Alrighty then...

    2
    By Big Ken
    I can't stand it when a "DJ" gets credit for an album. Well, most of the time it is garbage because it's not a natural mixtape to begin with. Every "DJ" that's come out with an actual album has been garbage (i.e. DJ Khaled, DJ Drama). Stick to the mixtapes.
  • Calis ON Top

    3
    By SmoknCaliGreen(530)
    Prob The Only Good Trak On dis WHole CD Iz San Quinn and Big Rich N Hoodstars...Real Slapperz

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