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DJ Screw, Da Reunion - Chapter 93 Intro - Eddie Griffin Come And Smoke Wit Me - Notorious .
DJ Screw Mix. SPM. Style: rap. Album year: 2010.
Robert Earl Davis Jr. (July 20, 1971 – November 16, 2000), better known by his stage name DJ Screw, was an American hip hop DJ based in Houston, Texas, and best known as the creator of the now-famous chopped and screwed DJ technique. Davis released over 200 mixtapes and was recognized as an innovator mostly on a regional level until his death of codeine overdose in 2000
Robert Earl "DJ Screw" Davis (July 20, 1971 – November 16, 2000), was a Houston, Texas-based DJ. He was known as a central figure in the Houston hip-hop community and was the creator of the now-famous Chopped and Screwed DJ technique. This creation led to his nickname of "The Originator. Davis was recognized mostly on a regional level until his death for his various mixtapes and albums. His legacy was discovered by a wider audience when Houston hip-hop began reaching a national audience in 2005.
DJ Screw (born July 20, 1971, Smithville, Texas, USA – died November 16, 2000, Houston, Texas, USA) was an American hip hop DJ who was based in Houston, Texas. DJ Screw originated the "chopped & screwed" style of slowing down and mixing records. DJ Screw made his name by releasing hundreds of screwed mix tapes, which consisted of songs and freestyle sessions.
DJ Screw is an artist that should honestly need no introduction. Screw – Chapter 103: Popped Up Sittin Low (v0) DJ Screw – Chapter 104: Sittin Sideways (192) DJ Screw – Chapter 105: Everyday All Day (192) DJ Screw – Chapter 106: On A Pint (v0) DJ Screw – Chapter 107: It’s All Good (v0) DJ Screw – Chapter 108: 3-N-Da Morning (192) DJ Screw – Chapter 109: Einstein.
Album · 1999 · 12 Songs. DJ Screw, Lil' Keke & Mobb Figgaz. DJ Screw, Fat Pat, Herschelwood HardHeadz & Lil' Keke.
Sailin Da South by DJ Screw, . He screws classics from Botany Boyz, Point Blankk, Al-D, . He even takes Mack 10's spits from "Foe Life" and puts them on his own "Foe Life" over an Al-D "Lost In Tha Hood" beat from Al's debut album Home Of The Free. I love the slowed and throwed version of "Cloverland" (Botany Boyz), and I love the added twangy guitar riff and keyboards .