DJ clue

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DJ Clue (* 8. January 1975 in Queens , New York as Ernesto Shaw ) is an American hip-hop - DJ .

DJ Clue has been at the turntables since 1989 and is one of the most famous underground DJs. In 1998 Jay-Z signed him to Roc-A-Fella Records . DJ Clue's albums The Professional , Backstage: The Mix Soundtrack and The Professional 2 were released there .


DJ Clue grew up in the New York borough of Queens, where he made his first appearances at the age of 24 under the name MC Drama and was the frontman of a rap group from Queens . After trying his hand at a colleague's turntables a few times, he decided to become a DJ and released his first Tape Clue 24 . Over the next six years, DJ Clue released over 100 tapes. The radio show "Clue's Monday Night Show" on NY WQHT Hot 97 also increased its popularity. Later he also played for stars like Puff Daddy , Jermaine Dupri or Nas . DJ Clue is co-founder of the production company No Question Entertainment and founder and head of the Desert Storm Records label . Fabolous and Joe Budden are among others under contract there.




  • Heartbreaker (featuring Jay-Z) - Mariah Carey (1999)
  • Last Night a DJ Saved My Life (featuring Busta Rhymes and Fabolous ) - Mariah Carey (2001)
  • Trade It All Pt.2 (featuring Jagged Edge and P. Diddy ) - Fabolous (2002)
  • Hurry Up (featuring Gunz) - Mýa (2003)
  • One Wish (remix) featuring Fabolous - Ray J (2006)
  • The Gold - Mobb Deep (2006)


  • The Professional ( Platinum ) (1998)
  • Backstage Mixtape: A Hard Knock Life (Soundtrack) ( Gold ) (2000)
  • The Professional, Pt. 2 (gold) (2001)
  • The Professional, Pt. 3 (2006)

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