DJ Mister Cee, Iconic Figure in Hip-Hop and Radio, Dies at 57


DJ Mister Cee and Big Daddy Kane (via @ComeHomeDomi on X)
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Legendary DJ Mister Cee has passed away at the age of 57, as confirmed by his family and reported by HOT 97.

Hailing from Brooklyn, Mister Cee’s musical journey began when he became Big Daddy Kane’s official DJ, contributing to the success of Kane’s seminal 1988 debut album, “Long Live The Kane.” 

He also played a pivotal role in shaping the career of the legendary Biggie Smalls, also known as The Notorious B.I.G. Eventually, he served as the associate executive producer for Biggie’s groundbreaking 1994 debut album, “Ready To Die.”

For decades, Mister Cee graced the airwaves as a DJ on New York’s beloved hip-hop radio station, Hot 97.

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