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"DOWNLOW MAGAZINE"

DJ Gucci
Street Crusher
DJ Gucci Entertainment
This boy can mix, scratch like a pickle and this CD has nearly every damn song on there. Freestyles by G-Unit,
Fat Joe, Statquo and songs by Baby Bash, Elephant Man, Sean Paul, Loyd Banks and more make this
Brooklyn boy who is already big in Europe something to peep. This DJ is representing his Arabic roots and
his next CD will be Gangsta Paradise which features some classics and new freestyles from the East and
West Coast. This mixtape on CD features 33 tracks and some smooth blending makes this is the perfect
CD while busting a nut or cracking a nut. He got that track with Mystikal that’s off da hook and that Jay Z
“99 Problems” is cool. This DJ started off his careers scratching and mixing at the High Society Club in New
York and he never stopped since until he broke some turntable in Brooklyn like the Devils. I never heard of
this DJ until some cats from Jersey and Europe told me to listen, I did and he’s got some skillz. Right now
Gucci was doing a tour in Eastern Europe and the headz love this mix. Pick up this CD online at
DJGUCCI.COM. He got the streets on lock, raw heavyweight champion. They got some dope MCs I never
heard of like Aphletik he’s dope, drizzles, he leaves suckas in concrete, he lets his words silence the critics.
And the Fat Joe you can hear the passion when he rhymes he’s like Cassius in his prime, dope Rican who
can freestyle. This boy Aphletic is one dope MC I don’t know where he is from but he can flow and it blends
into the R&B hit “I Don’t Wanna Know.” Got some dancehall with Elephant Man “Party All Night,” and my
personal East Indian brotha Sean Paul on “Bounce It. Feeling Irie yet? You can be a dope DJ but you still
got to pick the songs and Gucci got taste like me straight dope.
Brownride
www.downlowmag.net - DOWNLOW MAGAZINE No 13


Discography

STREET CRUSHER (out now)
GANGSTA PARADISE (due in August)
STREET CRUSHER PART 2 DUE IN SEPTEMBER 2004

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DOWNLOW MAGAZINE, AUGUST 2004
DJ Gucci
Street Crusher
DJ Gucci Entertainment
This boy can mix, scratch like a pickle and this CD has nearly every damn song on there. Freestyles by G-Unit,
Fat Joe, Statquo and songs by Baby Bash, Elephant Man, Sean Paul, Loyd Banks and more make this
Brooklyn boy who is already big in Europe something to peep. This DJ is representing his Arabic roots and
his next CD will be Gangsta Paradise which features some classics and new freestyles from the East and
West Coast. This mixtape on CD features 33 tracks and some smooth blending makes this is the perfect
CD while busting a nut or cracking a nut. He got that track with Mystikal that’s off da hook and that Jay Z
“99 Problems” is cool. This DJ started off his careers scratching and mixing at the High Society Club in New
York and he never stopped since until he broke some turntable in Brooklyn like the Devils. I never heard of
this DJ until some cats from Jersey and Europe told me to listen, I did and he’s got some skillz. Right now
Gucci was doing a tour in Eastern Europe and the headz love this mix. Pick up this CD online at
DJGUCCI.COM. He got the streets on lock, raw heavyweight champion. They got some dope MCs I never
heard of like Aphletik he’s dope, drizzles, he leaves suckas in concrete, he lets his words silence the critics.
And the Fat Joe you can hear the passion when he rhymes he’s like Cassius in his prime, dope Rican who
can freestyle. This boy Aphletic is one dope MC I don’t know where he is from but he can flow and it blends
into the R&B hit “I Don’t Wanna Know.” Got some dancehall with Elephant Man “Party All Night,” and my
personal East Indian brotha Sean Paul on “Bounce It. Feeling Irie yet? You can be a dope DJ but you still
got to pick the songs and Gucci got taste like me straight dope.
Brownride
www.downlowmag.net