DJ Massacre Known as the strong arm DJ, Massacre (born Kenneth Ragland )in his short time on the mixtape scene, has already established him self as a contender for the number one DJ spot in New York. A born native of Queens Massacre reps the Q borough with a unique mixtape style; which can be described as pioneering, but defiantly rooted in the old school. With only a few mixtapes under his belt Massacre has already collaborated with several of the industries top artists, not to mention many of the industries up and coming talent. Massacre not only a DJ, but also CEO/ owner of Butchershop Enterprises keeps him self anchored to the streets by signing some of the streets up and coming raw talent. Massacre has several hungry young artists which have album release dates later this year. With his un relenting street mentality approach to his business and craft massacre is seen by the street level community as the next to wear the crown.
What do you do
Rap, Professional, Just Chillin
Favorite 50 Cent song
I Get Money
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