streaming platforms and digital giants – huge multinational corporations – rather than in the hands of the artists. And these multinational giants have done very well

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streaming platforms and digital giants – huge multinational corporations – rather than in the hands of the artists. And these multinational giants have done very well

With his debut album Seat At the Table, DJ Drewski uses his platform to elevate some of hip-hop culture’s brightest stars. Unlike other DJs and producers who work with A-listers for a studio album, Drewski took another route with his debut project by highlighting the young talent that will dictate where the culture is heading. 

Released on Apr. 9, Seat at the Table has features from new artists like Rah Swish, Ron Suno and Smoove L, along with Hot 100 breakout stars like Coi Leray, Sada Baby and Fivio Foreign. In terms of heavyweight features, A Boogie Wit da Hoodie serves as Drewski’s only big-name appearance, allowing the rookies to steer the project’s direction.   

According to Ramahn “Jerz” Herbert, who served as A&R for Seat at the Table, Drewski’s ear for new artists is flawless, and he has a knack for bringing everyone together. “As an A&R I was drawn to the fact that Drewski is a super curator,” says Jerz. “As one of the first DJs to play Cardi B, Lil Tjay, Pop Smoke and so many more, I haven’t seen a DJ like him in a long time that has impeccable taste and is not afraid to break emerging artists.”

Since becoming a respected DJ throughout his early years in the Tri-State area’s club scene, and working as a producer under Angie Martinez at Hot97, DJ Drewski has prioritized giving newer artists a chance to get their music heard if he genuinely believes in their talent. During his conversation with Billboard, DJ Drewski reflected on five artists he’s collaborated with, and spoke on how he met each one, their best trait and his favorite moment with them.

Cardi B

First Meet-Up: The first time I met Cardi was when I was a DJ at all the clubs. She was working at one of the clubs I was DJing at. I think it was probably like Club Lust when she was still working in the clubs. Just by looking at her, you could see her personality. She was very aggressive and she knew how to get money. She was one of those dancers that always stuck out.

On top of that, I found out she does all the social media stuff and we happened to be on Love & Hip Hop during the same season. I also found out she was doing music at that time. She was working with my man Shaft at KSR Records, and it just all made sense. I believe in what Shaft is doing and I believe in Cardi’s personality. Before even hearing the music, you could already see she was a star. So why not support a star?

Best Trait: Even though she’s a huge personality, she knows how to take direction. So whether it’s working with producers, working with writers, she’s very open to taking direction. I think that’s what really got her as far as being able to still apply your own creativity. When people are trying to tell you which way to go, she’s the one to listen.

Favorite Moment: I was one of the first ones to, you know, show love and support. And she always kind of reminded me of that too. Like there’s a clip going around from an old BET Awards where she shouts me out for supporting her. A lot of artists act like they don’t even remember who supported them. She surprised me because — I was thrown off, like, she’s tearing up and we’re at an award show and there’s radio stations from around the country, all in one room. She stopped to tell me how much she appreciated me. I think that was one of those moments that is going to stand out forever to me because being an artist at that level to still be able to show love, means a lot. 

Pop Smoke

First Meet-Up: I didn’t learn this until like three days ago, but Lil Tjay did an interview with Ebro where he was on his way to a club I was DJing at in the Bronx. Pop Smoke was driving the car that Lil Tjay was in because he couldn’t drive at the time. I met him inside the club and he gave me a song to listen to and we chopped it up. That was the first time I met him, but I didn’t realize that was him until Lil Tjay told that story to Ebro. 

Gallery: Maren Morris and Husband Ryan Hurd Perform Sexy Duet at ACMs (US Weekly)

Best Trait: Pop was good at knowing how to play the game. He was really good at finessing. If he knew he needed a feature or whatever, he knew how to put the pieces together to get what he needed. He would figure out how to make it happen, but it wasn’t in a bullying way. So if he needed a feature and he didn’t know the person, he knew that someone else knew that person. And the way he just presented it made you excited to plug it in the connect for him. 

Favorite Moment: They did an album release for him. I think it was in Brooklyn that time, and he was just so excited. His energy was good and he [was] so happy and seeing that made me so happy. From that album release party, I thought, you know, we go into the club to turn up and he’s going to another party somewhere else. But he’s like, “Drewski, follow me.” I’m like, “Where are we going?” He said we [were] going to the studio and we’re going to keep working. That’s what he did. We went from the album release party straight to the studio and we was cooking up. A few months later, we got the news that he passed away. 

Lil Tjay 

First Meet-Up: I met Lil Tjay the same time I met Pop Smoke at the club in the Bronx. From that time, for maybe like three months, his name just started coming up and I would ask around, like “Do you know Lil Tjay?” Especially in the Bronx, all the kids rock with Lil Tjay. I reached out and asked him to send me the “Brothers” record. That was the biggest one everyone was talking about at the time. He sends it to me and I put it on the radio. Now the Bronx went crazy now and he’s going crazy. He’s a young guy that I seen with a lot of energy. He had the streets, he had the kids and it was like, “I got to support this kid because he deserves it.”

Best Trait: I think he conn

With his debut album Seat At the Table, DJ Drewski uses his platform to elevate some of hip-hop culture’s brightest stars. Unlike other DJs and producers who work with A-listers for a studio album, Drewski took another route with his debut project by highlighting the young talent that will dictate where the culture is heading. 

Released on Apr. 9, Seat at the Table has features from new artists like Rah Swish, Ron Suno and Smoove L, along with Hot 100 breakout stars like Coi Leray, Sada Baby and Fivio Foreign. In terms of heavyweight features, A Boogie Wit da Hoodie serves as Drewski’s only big-name appearance, allowing the rookies to steer the project’s direction.   

According to Ramahn “Jerz” Herbert, who served as A&R for Seat at the Table, Drewski’s ear for new artists is flawless, and he has a knack for bringing everyone together. “As an A&R I was drawn to the fact that Drewski is a super curator,” says Jerz. “As one of the first DJs to play Cardi B, Lil Tjay, Pop Smoke and so many more, I haven’t seen a DJ like him in a long time that has impeccable taste and is not afraid to break emerging artists.”

Since becoming a respected DJ throughout his early years in the Tri-State area’s club scene, and working as a producer under Angie Martinez at Hot97, DJ Drewski has prioritized giving newer artists a chance to get their music heard if he genuinely believes in their talent. During his conversation with Billboard, DJ Drewski reflected on five artists he’s collaborated with, and spoke on how he met each one, their best trait and his favorite moment with them.

Cardi B

First Meet-Up: The first time I met Cardi was when I was a DJ at all the clubs. She was working at one of the clubs I was DJing at. I think it was probably like Club Lust when she was still working in the clubs. Just by looking at her, you could see her personality. She was very aggressive and she knew how to get money. She was one of those dancers that always stuck out.

On top of that, I found out she does all the social media stuff and we happened to be on Love & Hip Hop during the same season. I also found out she was doing music at that time. She was working with my man Shaft at KSR Records, and it just all made sense. I believe in what Shaft is doing and I believe in Cardi’s personality. Before even hearing the music, you could already see she was a star. So why not support a star?

Best Trait: Even though she’s a huge personality, she knows how to take direction. So whether it’s working with producers, working with writers, she’s very open to taking direction. I think that’s what really got her as far as being able to still apply your own creativity. When people are trying to tell you which way to go, she’s the one to listen.

Favorite Moment: I was one of the first ones to, you know, show love and support. And she always kind of reminded me of that too. Like there’s a clip going around from an old BET Awards where she shouts me out for supporting her. A lot of artists act like they don’t even remember who supported them. She surprised me because — I was thrown off, like, she’s tearing up and we’re at an award show and there’s radio stations from around the country, all in one room. She stopped to tell me how much she appreciated me. I think that was one of those moments that is going to stand out forever to me because being an artist at that level to still be able to show love, means a lot. 

Pop Smoke

First Meet-Up: I didn’t learn this until like three days ago, but Lil Tjay did an interview with Ebro where he was on his way to a club I was DJing at in the Bronx. Pop Smoke was driving the car that Lil Tjay was in because he couldn’t drive at the time. I met him inside the club and he gave me a song to listen to and we chopped it up. That was the first time I met him, but I didn’t realize that was him until Lil Tjay told that story to Ebro. 

Gallery: Maren Morris and Husband Ryan Hurd Perform Sexy Duet at ACMs (US Weekly)

Best Trait: Pop was good at knowing how to play the game. He was really good at finessing. If he knew he needed a feature or whatever, he knew how to put the pieces together to get what he needed. He would figure out how to make it happen, but it wasn’t in a bullying way. So if he needed a feature and he didn’t know the person, he knew that someone else knew that person. And the way he just presented it made you excited to plug it in the connect for him. 

Favorite Moment: They did an album release for him. I think it was in Brooklyn that time, and he was just so excited. His energy was good and he [was] so happy and seeing that made me so happy. From that album release party, I thought, you know, we go into the club to turn up and he’s going to another party somewhere else. But he’s like, “Drewski, follow me.” I’m like, “Where are we going?” He said we [were] going to the studio and we’re going to keep working. That’s what he did. We went from the album release party straight to the studio and we was cooking up. A few months later, we got the news that he passed away. 

Lil Tjay 

First Meet-Up: I met Lil Tjay the same time I met Pop Smoke at the club in the Bronx. From that time, for maybe like three months, his name just started coming up and I would ask around, like “Do you know Lil Tjay?” Especially in the Bronx, all the kids rock with Lil Tjay. I reached out and asked him to send me the “Brothers” record. That was the biggest one everyone was talking about at the time. He sends it to me and I put it on the radio. Now the Bronx went crazy now and he’s going crazy. He’s a young guy that I seen with a lot of energy. He had the streets, he had the kids and it was like, “I got to support this kid because he deserves it.”

Best Trait: I think he connects with the youth no matter how big he gets. He doesn’t detach himself from the streets and I think that’s an important trait, especially for artists like him to always be in tune with them. When I say outside, like Tjay [is] really outside and he connects really well with his fans and he’s

With his debut album Seat At the Table, DJ Drewski uses his platform to elevate some of hip-hop culture’s brightest stars. Unlike other DJs and producers who work with A-listers for a studio album, Drewski took another route with his debut project by highlighting the young talent that will dictate where the culture is heading. 

Released on Apr. 9, Seat at the Table has features from new artists like Rah Swish, Ron Suno and Smoove L, along with Hot 100 breakout stars like Coi Leray, Sada Baby and Fivio Foreign. In terms of heavyweight features, A Boogie Wit da Hoodie serves as Drewski’s only big-name appearance, allowing the rookies to steer the project’s direction.   

According to Ramahn “Jerz” Herbert, who served as A&R for Seat at the Table, Drewski’s ear for new artists is flawless, and he has a knack for bringing everyone together. “As an A&R I was drawn to the fact that Drewski is a super curator,” says Jerz. “As one of the first DJs to play Cardi B, Lil Tjay, Pop Smoke and so many more, I haven’t seen a DJ like him in a long time that has impeccable taste and is not afraid to break emerging artists.”

Since becoming a respected DJ throughout his early years in the Tri-State area’s club scene, and working as a producer under Angie Martinez at Hot97, DJ Drewski has prioritized giving newer artists a chance to get their music heard if he genuinely believes in their talent. During his conversation with Billboard, DJ Drewski reflected on five artists he’s collaborated with, and spoke on how he met each one, their best trait and his favorite moment with them.

Cardi B

First Meet-Up: The first time I met Cardi was when I was a DJ at all the clubs. She was working at one of the clubs I was DJing at. I think it was probably like Club Lust when she was still working in the clubs. Just by looking at her, you could see her personality. She was very aggressive and she knew how to get money. She was one of those dancers that always stuck out.

On top of that, I found out she does all the social media stuff and we happened to be on Love & Hip Hop during the same season. I also found out she was doing music at that time. She was working with my man Shaft at KSR Records, and it just all made sense. I believe in what Shaft is doing and I believe in Cardi’s personality. Before even hearing the music, you could already see she was a star. So why not support a star?

Best Trait: Even though she’s a huge personality, she knows how to take direction. So whether it’s working with producers, working with writers, she’s very open to taking direction. I think that’s what really got her as far as being able to still apply your own creativity. When people are trying to tell you which way to go, she’s the one to listen.

Favorite Moment: I was one of the first ones to, you know, show love and support. And she always kind of reminded me of that too. Like there’s a clip going around from an old BET Awards where she shouts me out for supporting her. A lot of artists act like they don’t even remember who supported them. She surprised me because — I was thrown off, like, she’s tearing up and we’re at an award show and there’s radio stations from around the country, all in one room. She stopped to tell me how much she appreciated me. I think that was one of those moments that is going to stand out forever to me because being an artist at that level to still be able to show love, means a lot. 

Pop Smoke

First Meet-Up: I didn’t learn this until like three days ago, but Lil Tjay did an interview with Ebro where he was on his way to a club I was DJing at in the Bronx. Pop Smoke was driving the car that Lil Tjay was in because he couldn’t drive at the time. I met him inside the club and he gave me a song to listen to and we chopped it up. That was the first time I met him, but I didn’t realize that was him until Lil Tjay told that story to Ebro. 

Gallery: Maren Morris and Husband Ryan Hurd Perform Sexy Duet at ACMs (US Weekly)

Best Trait: Pop was good at knowing how to play the game. He was really good at finessing. If he knew he needed a feature or whatever, he knew how to put the pieces together to get what he needed. He would figure out how to make it happen, but it wasn’t in a bullying way. So if he needed a feature and he didn’t know the person, he knew that someone else knew that person. And the way he just presented it made you excited to plug it in the connect for him. 

Favorite Moment: They did an album release for him. I think it was in Brooklyn that time, and he was just so excited. His energy was good and he [was] so happy and seeing that made me so happy. From that album release party, I thought, you know, we go into the club to turn up and he’s going to another party somewhere else. But he’s like, “Drewski, follow me.” I’m like, “Where are we going?” He said we [were] going to the studio and we’re going to keep working. That’s what he did. We went from the album release party straight to the studio and we was cooking up. A few months later, we got the news that he passed away. 

Lil Tjay 

First Meet-Up: I met Lil Tjay the same time I met Pop Smoke at the club in the Bronx. From that time, for maybe like three months, his name just started coming up and I would ask around, like “Do you know Lil Tjay?” Especially in the Bronx, all the kids rock with Lil Tjay. I reached out and asked him to send me the “Brothers” record. That was the biggest one everyone was talking about at the time. He sends it to me and I put it on the radio. Now the Bronx went crazy now and he’s going crazy. He’s a young guy that I seen with a lot of energy. He had the streets, he had the kids and it was like, “I got to support this kid because he deserves it.”

Best Trait: I think he connects wi

With his debut album Seat At the Table, DJ Drewski uses his platform to elevate some of hip-hop culture’s brightest stars. Unlike other DJs and producers who work with A-listers for a studio album, Drewski took another route with his debut project by highlighting the young talent that will dictate where the culture is heading. 

Released on Apr. 9, Seat at the Table has features from new artists like Rah Swish, Ron Suno and Smoove L, along with Hot 100 breakout stars like Coi Leray, Sada Baby and Fivio Foreign. In terms of heavyweight features, A Boogie Wit da Hoodie serves as Drewski’s only big-name appearance, allowing the rookies to steer the project’s direction.   

According to Ramahn “Jerz” Herbert, who served as A&R for Seat at the Table, Drewski’s ear for new artists is flawless, and he has a knack for bringing everyone together. “As an A&R I was drawn to the fact that Drewski is a super curator,” says Jerz. “As one of the first DJs to play Cardi B, Lil Tjay, Pop Smoke and so many more, I haven’t seen a DJ like him in a long time that has impeccable taste and is not afraid to break emerging artists.”

Since becoming a respected DJ throughout his early years in the Tri-State area’s club scene, and working as a producer under Angie Martinez at Hot97, DJ Drewski has prioritized giving newer artists a chance to get their music heard if he genuinely believes in their talent. During his conversation with Billboard, DJ Drewski reflected on five artists he’s collaborated with, and spoke on how he met each one, their best trait and his favorite moment with them.

Cardi B

First Meet-Up: The first time I met Cardi was when I was a DJ at all the clubs. She was working at one of the clubs I was DJing at. I think it was probably like Club Lust when she was still working in the clubs. Just by looking at her, you could see her personality. She was very aggressive and she knew how to get money. She was one of those dancers that always stuck out.

On top of that, I found out she does all the social media stuff and we happened to be on Love & Hip Hop during the same season. I also found out she was doing music at that time. She was working with my man Shaft at KSR Records, and it just all made sense. I believe in what Shaft is doing and I believe in Cardi’s personality. Before even hearing the music, you could already see she was a star. So why not support a star?

Best Trait: Even though she’s a huge personality, she knows how to take direction. So whether it’s working with producers, working with writers, she’s very open to taking direction. I think that’s what really got her as far as being able to still apply your own creativity. When people are trying to tell you which way to go, she’s the one to listen.

Favorite Moment: I was one of the first ones to, you know, show love and support. And she always kind of reminded me of that too. Like there’s a clip going around from an old BET Awards where she shouts me out for supporting her. A lot of artists act like they don’t even remember who supported them. She surprised me because — I was thrown off, like, she’s tearing up and we’re at an award show and there’s radio stations from around the country, all in one room. She stopped to tell me how much she appreciated me. I think that was one of those moments that is going to stand out forever to me because being an artist at that level to still be able to show love, means a lot. 

Pop Smoke

First Meet-Up: I didn’t learn this until like three days ago, but Lil Tjay did an interview with Ebro where he was on his way to a club I was DJing at in the Bronx. Pop Smoke was driving the car that Lil Tjay was in because he couldn’t drive at the time. I met him inside the club and he gave me a song to listen to and we chopped it up. That was the first time I met him, but I didn’t realize that was him until Lil Tjay told that story to Ebro. 

Gallery: Maren Morris and Husband Ryan Hurd Perform Sexy Duet at ACMs (US Weekly)

Best Trait: Pop was good at knowing how to play the game. He was really good at finessing. If he knew he needed a feature or whatever, he knew how to put the pieces together to get what he needed. He would figure out how to make it happen, but it wasn’t in a bullying way. So if he needed a feature and he didn’t know the person, he knew that someone else knew that person. And the way he just presented it made you excited to plug it in the connect for him. 

Favorite Moment: They did an album release for him. I think it was in Brooklyn that time, and he was just so excited. His energy was good and he [was] so happy and seeing that made me so happy. From that album release party, I thought, you know, we go into the club to turn up and he’s going to another party somewhere else. But he’s like, “Drewski, follow me.” I’m like, “Where are we going?” He said we [were] going to the studio and we’re going to keep working. That’s what he did. We went from the album release party straight to the studio and we was cooking up. A few months later, we got the news that he passed away. 

Lil Tjay 

First Meet-Up: I met Lil Tjay the same time I met Pop Smoke at the club in the Bronx. From that time, for maybe like three months, his name just started coming up and I would ask around, like “Do you know Lil Tjay?” Especially in the Bronx, all the kids rock with Lil Tjay. I reached out and asked him to send me the “Brothers” record. That was the biggest one everyone was talking about at the time. He sends it to me and I put it on the radio. Now the Bronx went crazy now and he’s going crazy. He’s a young guy that I seen with a lot of energy. He had the streets, he had the kids and it was like, “I got to support this kid because he deserves it.”

Best Trait: I think he connects with

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