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DJ Mark the 45 King
DJ Mark the 45 King

Birth name

Mark James

Born

October 1961 (age 54)

Origin

The Bronx, New York, U.S.

Genres

Hip hop

Occupations

DJ, record producer

Years active

Mid 1980s-present

Labels

Tuff City

Associated acts

DJ Kool, Eminem, Flavor Unit, Jay-Z

Mark James (born October 1961), better known by his stage name DJ Mark the 45 King, is an Ameircan DJ and record producer, who started DJing in New Jersey during the mid-1980s. The nickname "the 45 King" came from his ability to make beats using 45 RPM records. He is best known for his breakbeat record "The 900 Number", producing the songs "Hard Knock Life (Ghetto Anthem)" for Jay-Z and "Stan" for Eminem, and for leading the Flavor Unit, which included members such as Queen Latifah, Apache, Chill Rob G and Lakim Shabazz.

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