Our editorial content is not influenced by any commissions we receive. He was only 29, and his impact on the world of hip-hop and pop music was just beginning. His catalog of releases—slowed mixes of popular rap songs and freestyles, typically distributed by cassette—spread first regionally, then throughout the world. The music he made would go on to inspire generations of artists and, fairly, play a big part in shaping the sound of popular music as we know it today. You've heard the production style that earned him the nickname "The Originator. The nature of DJ Screw's tapes—thousands produced between the early s and his death in , and hundreds released commercially—makes documentation and evaluation a hard task. Dozens of guests, from nationally-known stars to promethazined wannabes—everybody just having a good time at Screw's house. The Screw corpus rewards deep and broad listening, familiarity with the crew and local events and places.
Robert Earl Davis Jr. July 20, — November 16, , better known by his stage name DJ Screw , was an American hip hop DJ based in Houston, Texas , and best known as the creator of the now-famous chopped and screwed DJ technique. Davis released over mixtapes and was recognized as an innovator mostly on a regional level until his death of codeine overdose in Robert Earl Davis, Jr. His father, Robert Earl Davis Sr. His mother Ida May Deary who had a young daughter from a previous marriage , came to the area to be with her mother when her son was born in She returned to Houston, but the marriage was floundering; soon it would be over, and she and her kids moved to Los Angeles for a couple of years, then back to Houston, and returned to Smithville in when Davis was age nine.
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