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Aux Money: DJ Clark Kent Longs for the Era of Lyrical Rappers

In the latest episode of Aux Money, host Chase B sits down with DJ Clark Kent to talk about real bars, expensive sneakers, DJing parties, and much more.

Lids is partnering with Boardroom and Aux Money to highlight specific cultural tentpoles. Over the next several months, we’ll sit down with some of the biggest tastemakers in music and entertainment to discuss the things that are top of their list right now.

With Father’s Day just around the corner, Aux Money decided to celebrate early by having New York legend DJ Clark Kent on the show with his son, budding music producer Antonio, also known as Mage.

In this special episode, Chase B sits down with the father-son duo to talk about everything from who would be in their hypothetical Hip-Hop Hall of Fame to how rappers actually having bars feels like a lost art. Clark Kent, known for his passion for sneaker design, also reveals the lore behind the shoe he created — the DJ Clark Kent x Air Force 1 Low “The List” Friends & Family — which can run as high as nearly $30,000 on the market.

This episode also includes the group playing an epic round of “DJ Scenarios,” DJ Clark Kent sharing the story of how he found himself laying down vocals on Jay-Z‘s 1996 track “Brooklyn’s Finest,” and much more. Be sure to catch the full Aux Money episode here.

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