DJ Quik Highlights His Production Of Classic Tracks For 2Pac, 50 Cent, YG And More


Renowned music producer DJ Quik was recently honored at Los Angeles radio station KDay’s 40th anniversary celebration. Despite the emotional day of laying his brother Gerald Ray to rest, Quik took the stage to remind the audience of the iconic tracks he has produced for various artists.

Key Takeaway

DJ Quik, celebrated music producer, impressively showcased his talent and reminded fans of his contribution to some of the most iconic tracks in hip-hop history. Despite personal challenges, Quik’s dedication to his craft is unwavering, and his influence in the industry continues to be recognized.

During his performance in Los Angeles, Quik showcased his resilience and talent. He captured the attention of the crowd by having his son, David Blake Jr., spin a series of his personal hits and tracks he had contributed to in the studio. Some of these timeless classics included “2 of Amerikaz Most Wanted” by 2Pac and Snoop Dogg, “King Kunte” by Kendrick Lamar, and “If I Can’t” by 50 Cent.

Notably, Quik also expressed his appreciation for the super platinum single “My Hitta” by YG. He revealed that he had engineered and recorded the track, although he never received official credit for his work.

DJ Quik’s recognition at KDay’s celebration holds a deeper significance. KDay was the first all-rap station in Los Angeles, and DJ Quik has consistently acknowledged and supported them throughout his career. As a testament to their longstanding partnership, December 7th has been officially designated as “KDAY Day” in Los Angeles.