Robert Davis Jr. a/k/a DJ Screw would have been 41 years old today. He is the creator of the Chopped & Screwed DJ technique and recognized as one the most important figures in Southern Hip-Hop history.
Sadly, he passed away November 16, 2000 at the age of 29.
He was widely known for his “Screw Tapes” that were mainly sold out of his house. The tapes featured members of the Screwed Up Click which launched the careers of Lil Keke, Fat Pat, Big Moe, Botany Boyz, Big Pokey, Lil O, Z-Ro, Lil Flip & Big Hawk.
A look at the legend DJ Screw mixing live on the turntables. This is in celebration of his life!!!
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- DJ Screw live in the mix.
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DJ Screw July 20, 1971 – November 16, 2000
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