DJ Squeeky

DJ Squeeky presents The Resume mixtape, a collective of his music productions on 16 hip hop music tracks featuring Young Jeezy, MJG, Lil Wyte, Young Dolph, 2 Chainz, Gucci Mane, Lil Wayne, Young Scooter, Drumma Boy, Juicy J, OG Boo Dirty, Don Trip, Yo Gotti, Gunplay, Waka Flocka, Criminal Manne, Skinny Pimp, & others. Listen […]

Although DJ Squeeky has been behind the scenes working with notable acts, the legendary Memphis platinum music producer, rapper and businessman, has always stayed true. The Orange Mound veteran, who got his start after working with his peers 8Ball & MJG, Al Kapone, Kingpin Skinny Pimp and others in his earlier days, became a sound […]

DJ Squeeky presents Memphis rap classic Looking For Da Chewin featuring Kingpin Skinny Pimp, 8Ball & MJG, DJ Zirk, and Kilo G off the 1999 album In Da Beginning: Underground Volume One on Big Cheeze Records.

Rapper Young Dolph in music video for song A-Plus produced by DJ Squeeky off Young Dolph’s A Time 2 Kill mixtape.

Young Dolph in new song Word produced by DJ Squeeky

Criminal Manne in the behind the scenes look at his new music video for his song “Got Work” filmed on the Mississippi River in downtown Memphis, TN by JG Productions. Features a cameo by producer DJ Squeeky.

Criminal Manne in the music video ‘Trap Shit’ featuring DJ Squeeky and Lil Lody off Certified Dopeboy mixtape hosted by DJ Scream. The music video was filmed and directed by Joe Gotti of JG Productions.

Young Jeezy music video “Welcome Back” from off the album The Recession. This is the seventh track released off the album and the song was produced by DJ Squeeky.

‘Get Crunk, Get Buck, Get Wild!” with his throwback crunk video from one of Memphis rap underground’s crunkest groups, Project Playaz, in Buck Wit Me from late 1999 featuring Criminal Manne, DJ Squeeky, Thugsta, and others off the CD Til We Die.

In unfortunate news, Memphisrap.com has learned that legendary Memphis rap producer DJ Squeeky of 47 Mobb and Mo’Cheda Records, who’s viewed by the Industry as one of the founding fathers of Memphis buck music, the roots to Crunk music, was involved in an accident last Friday night/Saturday morning at 3am which has left the ‘beatmaker’ […]

Tom Skeemask is making noise with his new release of You Can’t Hold Me Back off of label Warlock Records. With song titles such as Stick ’em up, Real Ni**az, and F**k You, it’s definite this is an album catering to thug details.


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