He's the DJ, I'm the Mogul 

The teenagers in Jeff Feinman's DJ Project are equally adept at making beats and running board meetings.

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Granted, the cult of stardom at Raparations is at cross purposes with the DJ Project's "social bottom line." But there's some crossover -- D-Nok gives props to Ambessa for teaching the group that "there should be more to your lyrics than just Shoot 'em up, bang bang." But in a moment of candor, the emcee confesses that he still puts out shoot-'em-up songs. After all, he says, "That's what's selling."


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