DJ Drama vindicated his loyalists and silenced the haters when Quality Street Music debuted at No. 15 on the Billboard 200 right out the gate.
DJ Envy’s status as one of the highest-paid turntablists in hip hop makes sense – the Breakfast Club co-host is everywhere nowadays, including guest-spinning new music on 106 and Park.
Funk Flex is like hip hop’s Benjamin Button – this tastemaker seems to age backwards in breaking the new, from car shows to coveted music from Chris Brown to Jay Z.
DJ Khaled might not have won Nicki Minaj over with that on-air marriage proposal, but he bagged a winner when his “No New Friends” became the face-palm catchphrase of 2013.
As if all the releases from MMG weren’t keeping the ATL DJ busy enough, he found the time to host buzzworthy mixtapes from Project Pat, Waka Flocka Flame and Lil Reese.
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