DJ Kay Slay drops a set of visuals for “24 Hours.” With verses from Papoose, Bun B and Saigon, the posse cut gets it right with “Meet Sims” on the hook.
With Tommy from “Power” opening up the video to remind DJ Kay Slay about his status, a barrage of rappers that include Locksmith, Joell Ortiz, Jon Conner, Nino Man, Vado, Mysonne and Fred The Godson kick in the door with “Back to the Bars.”
Kay Slay is far from finished as it appears he’ll release a video for every song on his album The Big Brother. This time, we get Freeway, Young Chris, Beanie Sigel and Tray Lee for the “Death, Murder & Mayhem” video.
DJ Kay Slay drops the sixth video from his The Big Brother album. “Can’t Tell Me Nothing” is a unique blend of artists as Raekwon is joined by TDE’s Jay Rock, Young Buck and Meet Sims for the video.
From his The Big Brother project, DJ Kay Slay drops a video from “This Is My Culture” that traverses the coasts with Papoose, Ransom, Jon Connor and Locksmith.
DJ Kay Slay brings together a legend from the West with a legend from the East for “Hip Hop Icons” as Ice-T and Kool G Rap prove that they are still not to be f*cked with.
DJ Kay Slay drops one more gem before cutting loose The Big Brother album. Dave East joins French Montana and Zoey Dollar on “Rose Shower.”
DJ Kay Slay assembles the team of AZ, Mysonne and Papoose for “Story of My Life” from his Big Brother album. The trio of emcees tackle domestic abuse and look to uplift the African American community by being positive role models.
DJ Kay Slay continues to bring together some of the finest that hip hop has to offer as he assigns Busta Rhymes, Tech N9ne and The Game to the task of taking down “Jealousy.”
DJ Kay Slay recruits Kendrick Lamar, Kevin Gates and Mac Miller for his joint from his upcoming album The Big Brother.