DJ Greg Street – TrackBlasters Entertainment

TrackBlasters Radio: 08.07.16

Da Fat Friday Afternoon – The Official Soundtrack To Your Weekend Host: DJ P.R. #BlackLivesMatter Nuff said! Record Of The Day: Jay-Z – Spiritual Playlist Horseshoe Gang – Coffin **Record Of The Day** Jay-Z – Spiritual DJ Greg Street feat. Akon, B.o.B. & Big K.R.I.T. – I Am Somebody Z-Ro & Mike Dean – No Justice No Peace **Throwback** Scarface feat. 2Pac – Smile 2Pac feat. Anthony Hamilton – Thugz Mansion (7 Remix) 2Pac feat. Nas – Thugz Mansion (Acoustic Version) 2Pac – Changes Wu-Tang Clan – Bells Of War dead prez – Police State J Dilla – Fuck The Police N.W.A. – Fuck The Police Wu-Tang Clan – A Better Tomorrow Swizz Beatz feat. Scarface – Sad News Download here (right click and save as…)

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DJ Greg Street feat. Jeezy – Run The Check Up [Stream x Download]

After announcing his deal on Cash Money Recrods, Greg Street says it simply took too long to get going. He also believes he has to do this on his own to make his real vision for “The Vault Mixtape Series & The 6 O’Clock Volumes” to continue. Last week when president Barack Obama posted his spodify playlist online and the Nappy Roots “Good Day” single, which is a Greg Street single. He’s decided to start letting some of the material he was sitting on go. This Greg Street ft Young Jeezy – Run The Check Up, is a baaaaaanger.

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DJ Greg Street Explains Breaking Records, Talks The Source “Power 30” List, His Favorite J’s & More [Video]

Recently during the Peter Thomas “Salute To Excellence” Awards ceremony, HHS1987 caught up with hip-hop pioneer DJ Greg Street to discuss the evolution of Atlanta’s Hip-Hop scene, the art of breaking records, the 2014 Source “Power 30” list and more. DJ Greg Street has been apart of the Atlanta hip-hop scene since 1995 but his journey in hip-hop started long before that. After detailing how he began mixing during his high school days, Greg Street spoke on the evolution of Atlanta’s music scene. With the urban culture being at the forefront here in Atlanta, Greg Street explained how Atlanta’s hip-hop scene has grown as the city began to grow as well. Greg Street also explained the formula to breaking artist and breaking records. Greg Street explained that there is a big misconception that DJ’s and the internet break records. Greg Street informed us that artist must breaking themselves before even getting to DJ’s, bloggers and labels. Greg Street spoke on the process that goes into truly breaking into the music game and what it takes to be success. Before concluding our interview, Greg Street addressed his ranking in the Source magazine’s 2014 “Power 30” list, his favorite Air Jordan’s and the Atlanta Hawks probably leaving Atlanta.

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