Our #JustTappingIn Host Ricky Rock chopped it up Chris “The Glove” Taylor of Death Row Records about his life in Hip Hop and who he is as a Father. Follow us on IG @dear.fathers for more IG LIVE Interviews, SALUTE!
When Chris “The Glove” Taylor first appeared with Ice-T in the break-dance classic movie, Breakin’, he was already one of the most respected DJs on the West Coast. Spinning at the legendary Los Angeles club The Radio a.k.a. The Radio Tron, The Glove was known for his lightning speed scratches. Like a lot of DJs in the Hip-Hop game, The Glove turned to producing and soon became the right-hand man for Andre “Dr. Dre” Young and found himself working side by side with the iconic producer on classics like The Chronic, Doggystyle, All Eyez On Me, and later, The Chronic 2001.
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