The legendary DJ tells VIBE about 'The Love,' his near featureless album on which he does most of the rapping.
The Def Jam executive's album title makes a bit more sense now that he's officially acquired Death Row Records.
"My heart is pounding, my back hurts. I'm pretty far from good," revealed the legendary DJ.
From Diddy to Mary J. Blige to Thompson's daughter, many figures of the music industry paid their respect to the legendary producer.
The service, held in Markie's hometown of Patchogue, Long Island, was attended by A-list rap stars like LL Cool J, Big Daddy Kane, and Ice-T.
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