DJ Skizz assembles Big Twins from the QB and goes all the way to Fresno to snatch up Fashawn for the groovy “More Than Money” as the two go off over a R&B inspired sample.
DJ Skizz provides the beat while Big Twins and Conway bless the track on the uniquely titled “Keith Sweat Murda Music.”
Philly Freezer goes for the jugular alongside Dave East over a DJ Skizz production on “Hold the Fort Down.”
Rim and VillinP of Brooklyn duo Da Villins get busy over DJ Skizz production on “Nia” as they try to track down their own Nia Long. Off the duo’s project Cashmere Dice, dropping April 7th
Milano Constantine drops the video to the title track of his recently released project. Here’s an explanation for what you are about to see from Milano himself.
The video starts with an intro scene (and song) that illustrates the concept of the record perfectly. People from the distant future, after a major world war collapse, discover Milano (half man, half machine). His internal computer is booted, and loads of scenes from his past life as youth growing up in Harlem during the 80’s and 90’s are discovered, as you will see in the video…
On the eve of the release of Milano Constantine’s The Way We Were, the emcee drops the reggae influenced “Rasclat” featuring Big Twins and Conway with production handled by DJ Skizz.
DJ Skizz provides the backdrop to this exercise in lyrical dexterity by Spit Gemz on “Violence Revisited.”
It’s hard to believe that it’s been a year since Sean Price left us. But to preserve his memory, a new song produced by DJ Skizz is here for your enjoyment. And, man, it’s dope. Schooling fools forever, Sean Price is the “Rap Professor.”
The video for DJ Skizz’ “Bosses” that features Roc Marciano and Conway is certainly on some retro sh*t. It starts off with video from inside an arcade and then shifts to a video game out of the Sega Genesis era. Check it out.
To celebrate the 15 year anniversary of Cormega’s The Realness, DJ Skizz remixes “R U My Nigga?” to breathe new life into the track.