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It’s “Tricky,” but if you find yourself swaying your head to a familiar beat from a DJ with a familiar look, we suggest you do a double take.

The son of Jam Master Jay is now spinning throughout New York City and he goes by the name DJ Jam Master J’son.
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Jam Master Jay was the one-man band for RUN DMC — a DJ with scratches and beats that kept the party going while the Rev. Run and DMC unloaded rhymes. Yet the pioneering rapper encountered the same fate as the greats after him like Tupac Shakur and the Notorious B.I.G.

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Jam Master Jay was the one-man band for RUN DMC — a DJ with scratches and beats that kept the party going while the Rev. Run and DMC unloaded rhymes. Yet the pioneering rapper encountered the same fate as the greats after him like Tupac Shakur and the Notorious B.I.G.

Jam Master Jay was murdered eight years ago and his killer remains at large. He was gunned down in his Queens studio off Merrick Boulevard.

“To the world, Jam Master Jay was lost. To me, I lost my Dad,” says Jason Mizell Jr.

Read entire article at NBC.com

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