(Video) DJ Kayslay Presents: “Whats the Science” Featuring Kool DJ Red Alert Episode 1

Though The Drama King Kay Slay is known as a Mixtape Legend during the 90s & 2000s, his ties to hip hop in the 70s & 80s as a Graffiti Artist run strong. Fast forward to 2017, With his knowledge of where the game has been, he feels a strong responsibility to use his platform to teach the younger generation of Hip Hop’s rich history & beginnings. What better way to kick off his new Showcast “Whats the Science”, then to have pioneer DJ & Radio Legend Kool DJ Red Alert as his first guest for Episode 1.

Celebrate Kool DJ Red Alert’s 60th Birthday With Parties On Nov. 23rd, 26th & 27th!

One of the most iconic and legendary hip-hop DJs in the world is celebrating his 60th birthday in grand style. Not one, not two, but three epic parties across NYC. The first begins at M1-5 Lounge in NYC on November 23rd hosted by Big CED. The second is The Day Party Experience on November 26th at Copacabana in NYC presented by Black & Gold Productions from 3pm-10pm ($30 in advance). To cap the celebrations off is Glenn Roy’s Tavern in the Bronx November 27th presented by Reminisce Sundays. Doors open 5pm and the event ends at 11PM. You don’t want to miss any of this. Celebrate with Kool DJ Red Alert and friends! For more information you can check out the flyers for the parties below.

(Photo) Kool DJ Red Alert Celebrates 30 Years At Union Square

On August 29th, 1986 one of the most iconic clubs representing hip-hop in NYC opened it’s doors, giving the newer generation of artists a platform to show off their stuff. This laid the foundation for what many call the golden age of hip-hop. From Boogie Down Production, Biz Markie, Eric B & Rakim, Just-Ice, Stetsasonic Salt-N-Pepa, U.T.F.O, Ultra Magnetic & many more, Union Square set a trend of having legendary performing artists. The performances weren’t the only luxury Union Square had to offer, as the music lead to a great party atmosphere which brought people from all 5 NYC boros together. Spinning at the club was the legend himself and hottest NYC DJ at the time, 98.7 KISS FM’s own Kool DJ Red Alert (now with WBLS). Red went on to break many artists under his Red Alert Productions management company. Union Square was also the spot where the Violators first formed as part of Red Alert’s entourage named by Red for their reputations for stealing other guys girlfriends. When you mention the mystic of Union Square, Kool DJ Red Alert has to go hand and hand. Any mention of the golden age of hip-hop should include these two iconic names. Big congrats to Union Square for 30 years to the day the doors opened to pave the way for hip-hop and DJs in NYC and around the world. Be sure to check out Red’s Master Mix Party celebrating the occasion. Ryan Flannery (Twitter:@Flannery15)

Audio: Kool DJ Red Alert On The Combat Jack Show

The Combat Jack show had Kool DJ Red Alert as their recent guest. If you need to learn your history then this is definitely an epsiode for you. Red Laert went back to the early days of Kool Herc and Afrika Bambataa, the BDP Juice & Crew beef, birth of the Native Tongues, the creation of Hot 97 and more. Listen below.

(Video) Kool DJ Red Alert’s Propmaster Retro Show On Hot 97 Promo

Check out new animated video for Kool DJ Red Alerts weekly radio show “The Propmaster Retro Show” which goes down on Hot 97 / www.hot97.com every Sunday at 9pm EST.

#LitDigitalDJs (Audio) Kool DJ Red Alert – Prop Master Retro Show On Hot 97 3-1-15

Check out last night’s edition of The Prop Master Retro Show with Lit Digital DJ Kool DJ Red Alert.

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