This week we welcomed the legend DJ Clark Kent to our Upper West Side apartment for A Waste of Time. Known for discovering Biggie and Jay Z and for working with everyone from Michael Jackson to Missy Elliott, he dives deep into stories about Puffy, 50 Cent, Dame Dash, Nas, Mobb Deep, Foxy Brown, Dr. Dre and so many more. As the man who DJed behind Jay Z on the infamous Summer Jam stage, he gives his take on the Drake/Meek Mill battle, discusses every element of ghostwriting, and makes it clear why no one should go at Pusha T. Clark also shares why Pharrell is the greatest producer ever, what happened when he introduced Shyne to Jay Z, and how in the world he signed 98 Degrees to Motown Records
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