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DJ Skee Playlist: 10 of His Favorite Songs

From Biggie to Benny Benassi, the trusted industry exec shares the tracks he needs you to hear.

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As one of the industry's most trusted curators, DJ Skee creating a personal playlist is guaranteed to be gold. From classic hip hop joints to genre-bending singles, the SKEE TV host's playlist of 10 of his favorite tracks is definitely worth your time.

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1 / 9

Post Malone, "Too Young"

"Not only did we give Post his first radio and TV interviewson Dash Radio & Skee TVbut were first to play this song and have him perform on TV. Going to be big!"

2 / 9

Drake & Future, "Digital Dash"

"Since we broke the news of the project first—and I love the song title—we had to throw this on."

3 / 9

OutKast, "ATLiens"

"I don't think I'll ever get sick of this song—or album."

4 / 9

​Notorious B.I.G. & Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, "Notorious Thugs"

"Two of my favorite artists ever on one iconic—and slept on—track. I can probably go line for line on this song, ha!"

5 / 9

The Weeknd, "High for This"

"I have been a huge fan and supporter of Abel since day one, and this is one of my favorite early Weeknd songs."

6 / 9

​Ice Cube, "Today Was a Good Day"

"No words needed."

7 / 9

Aaliyah, "Back & Forth"

"I'm a huge '90s R&B junkie, and this was the song that made me an Aaliyah fan."

8 / 9

​Kanye West, "Dark Fantasy"

"This ['My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy'] may be my favorite Kanye album, and the first track is just perfect."

9 / 9

​Benny Benassi, "Cinema (Skrillex Remix)"

"This song really helped merge all these worlds, new sounds and styles together, and you can just play it anywhere."

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