DJ Kayslay "The Rise Of A City" Release Date, Cover Art, Tracklist, Download & Mixtape Stream

DJ Kayslay's "The Rise of a City" mixtape features 50 Cent and Fat Joe together on the song "Free."

DJ Kayslay released his The Rise of a City mixtape yesterday (January 23). It features guest appearances from 50 Cent, Fat Joe, 2 Chainz, Game and others. 

Last week, DJ Kayslay released "90's Flow" featuring Fat Joe, Ghostface Killah, Raekwon, Sheek Louch, McGruff, N.O.R.E., Lil Fame, Prodigy, and Rell. The track is featured on The Rise of a City and is to be featured on his forthcoming Rhyme or Die album.

The Rise of a City is available for download at datpiff.com.

DJ Kayslay's The Rise of a City cover art, tracklist and mixtape stream are as follows:

1. "Intro"

2. "Free" f. Fat Joe, 50 Cent (Produced by Street Runner)

3. "Fire" f. Vado, Young Chris, Papoose, and Nathaniel (Produced by G.U.N. Productions)

4. "It's not a game" f. Fat Joe, Ghostface, Raekwon, Sheek Louch, McGruff, Nore, Lil Fame M.O.P., Prodigy, and Rell (Produced by Dar Star)

5. "Bust your gun" f. Mysonne, Maino, Sauce Money and Nathaniel (Produced by G.U.N. Productions) 

6. "No Sympathy" f. Nore, Saigon, and Torch(Produced by Street Runner)

7. "When we ride" f. Sheek Louch, Styles P, and Uncle Murda (Produced by DJ Xalence)

8. "Last days of Hiphop" f. Jon Connor and Papoose (Produced by A Minor Beats)

9. "Back to Back" f. Jr. Writer, HellRell, Oun-P, William Young and Lucky Don (Produced by G.U.N. Productions)

10. "Rolling stone" f. The Game, Young Buck, and Papoose (Produced by The Mekanics)

11. "Ghetto Survivor" f. Trick Trick, Troy Ave, Trae Tha Truth, and Termanology (Produced by Blastah Beatz)

12. "I'm still a shooter" f. A-Mafia, Dave East, Fred the Godson, and Nathaniel (produced by ADM Beatz)

13. "Dont make enemies" f. Byrdgang Shoota, Rob Cash, and Leader K.A.R. (Produced by ADM Beatz)

14. "Bars of death" f. S.B.O.E. and Big B'z (produced by G.U.N. Productions)

15. "W.O.L.F." f. Wolf Style (Produced by Boogs Bond)

16. "Keep Calm" f. Juicy J, Jadakiss, 2 Chainz and Rico Love (Produced by The Mekanics)  

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27 Comments

  • MyGhettoReporterCard

    Bel Mixtape Beat Massici Flow Spettacolari Rapper Con Flow Molto Veloci E Scorrevoli:) Un Bel Lavoro Prodotto Da Dj Kay Slay

  • soldier6187

    Drama King is fire as always. Love from Poland.

  • uncle ruckus

    You kids are funny. When did age become a factor of quality or skill. Every time an older artist breathes you start bitching. To tell the truth most niggas on this mixtape would eat the young artist up on the Mic. Dont forget most rappers these days don't even know what the word bars is anymore. It took niggas who brought that 90s type competitive shit back to get niggas spitting again. Kendrick, joey, pap. Kool g is from the 80s and can out rhyme majority of the little niggas these days. So stop it with the age shit because it doesn't mean anything. As for Kay slay mixtape looks dope. And pelle pelle might be old but that's hip hop gear right there. Yall dress like skaters who's had their own style for their culture hip hop needs to bring its style back. Get its own identity back instead of biting others.

    • tigerking79

      uncle ruckus, I'm not complaining about the well established rappers on this album. I'm talking about the wack rappers on here that Kay Slay has been promoting the past ten years and who haven't accomplished anything other than being on a Kay Slay mixtape. And yeah Pelle Pelle might be hip hop gear, but it's a brand nobody wears anymore, and a brand that people haven't worn in years. Kay Slay might as well wear FUBU. You can have classic look, but at the same time you can modernize it. Another thing Kay Slay claims NYC rappers still run hip hop, yet he goes out and gets one of the wackest rappers from the South in 2 Chainz to be on his album. This whole mixtape just shows how out of touch Kay Slay is, and how irrelevant Kay Slay has become. He was never really that relevant in the first place. He has always been a whiney little bitch. He just lucked up in the late 90's and early 00's by having some good rappers on his mixtape. Also, he doesn't do any actually DJ'ing on the album. Kay Slay isn't a hip hop DJ, he is a radio DJ. Dude has never done any hip hop DJ'ing on any of his mixtapes.

    • Anonymous

      its true a lot of rappers been jacking their swag from us skaters. who you think started this supreme, diamond supply co, trend they all wearing.... fucking posers.

  • Marilyn Ferguson

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  • tigerking79

    For some one who claims New York rappers still run hip hop, shouldn't Kay Slay have on his album at least one other good young NYC rapper other than Troy Ave. The rest of the people on this, are some well established rappers, and then finally a lot of the album is filled up by never was beens. NYC rappers who have been around 10 years and haven't done anything other than end up on a Kay Slay mixtape. There is a lot of wack hip hop right now, but this track listing is stuck in the past from a DJ who is unable to realize the wack rappers he has been promoting over the past ten years are wack. Kay Slay just needs to go away. Nobody wants to hear Kay Slay's old whiney ass anymore.

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  • adam

    It's not 2003 anymore. Enough already.

  • Anonymous

    looks kind of generic and average.

  • Anonymous

    this shit is pathetic, the production is the problem in new york, all them producers are no name bums, there is not one song or beat that u will remember from this album in 6 moths! new york just flat out forgot how to make classics! sad

  • static

    downloaded and listen its dope shit new york back..

  • Infinite Crab Meats

    Kayslay is the Hugh Hefner of 35 year-old black chicks with huge, pockmarked asses who drive city buses by day and strip down to their underwear on the Internes by night.

  • Anonymous

    Why the fuck did he put Game on a NY mixtape?

  • jay

    this nigga still wearing pelle pelle jackets. please evolve.

    • Anonymous

      you really think a 40 year old nigga should be wearing skinny jeans and dressing like the kids huh?

    • tigerking79

      Why would he care? Because it shows how out of touch Kay Slay is. This is 2014, not the late 90's or early 00's. Kay Slay was almost middle age any way when he blew up. So he is trying to hold to his pre middle age years. No telling how old this grimey mother fucker is.

    • staticmwp

      exactly why you care what he wears listen to new york music dipshit he loyal and sticks to his roots

    • Anonymous

      why would you care what another man wears?

  • Sensaye Sixkiller

    Not interested. Generic ass beats and uninspired collaborations with niggas that are all sending in their verse through their iphones and shit.

  • LOOKS LEGIT

    Papoose, Game, Raekwon, Ghost, Sheek, Jon Connor, M.O.P, Sauce Money, Prodigy, Buck, Jadakiss Maino is a straight up loser though.

  • Drama King

    only dj that's a real street nigga

    • tigerking79

      He looks like he is living on the streets, with that pelle pelle jacket from 1999.

    • Truthman2014

      He is a bum street turd. This mixtape looks to be hot garbage like all his mixtapes. He tends to gravitate to artist that are garbage like himself. Another wack tape I wont even listen to for free by dj GaySlay

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