Mixtape: Trackstar The DJ – Prime Time: A Rap Fan’s Guide To No I.D.

Andrew Barber


No I.D. The legend, the mentor, the Godfather. Call him what you want, just make sure you call him one of the greatest. And to pay homage to the genius of Dion Wilson, the honorable Trackstar The DJ has put together this solid hour-and-twenty-minute offering titled Prime Time: A Rap Fan’s Guide To No I.D. At 52 tracks deep, Prime Time covers the scope of No I.D.’s career from his early beginnings with Common and The Twilite Tone, to his current work with the likes of Kanye West, Nas Big Sean and Rick Ross.

Also, Ian Klarer absolutely snapped with the artwork for this. The sequencing and mixing is impeccable, so take a stroll down memory lane and listen to the prolific art of one of Chicago’s greatest offsprings, No I.D. — presented by FSD & The Smoking Section. What are you waiting for? Let the story begin…



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