Monday, October 3, 2011

Gone Too Soon

Just two years ago on September 19, the hip-hop community had a great loss when Grand Master Roc Raida (real name: Anthony Williams) of the X-Ecutioners passed away due to complications from a mixed-martial-arts accident. He began DJing at the age of 12, spinning at local parties around Harlem. By 1995, Roc Raida represented the United States at the DMC World DJ Championships and won! He was the first DJ from New York City to hold this title and was automatically inducted into the DMC/Technics DJ Hall of Fame. Throughout his life, he lived his passion - being a professional Hip Hop DJ.  He was blessed to have touring the world as his day job.  Williams was honored to have worked with recording artists including Showbiz & AG, Lord Finesse, Kool G Rap and most recently, he toured exclusively with Busta Rhymes. 

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