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|Birth name||Ernesto Shaw, Jr.|
|Also known as||MC Drama|
January 8, 1975 |
Queens, New York, United States
Main article: DJ Clue? discography
- Backstage: A Hard Knock Life (2000)
- "Heartbreaker" (Remix) (featuring Da Brat & Missy Elliott) - Mariah Carey (1999)
- "Thank God I Found You/Make It Last Forever" (Remix) (featuring Joe & Nas) - Mariah Carey (1999)
- "It's Gonna Be Me" - *NSYNC (2000)
- "Best of Me Part II" - Mýa (featuring Jay-Z) (2000)
- "U Remind Me" (featuring Blu Cantrell and Method Man)- Usher (2001)
- "Overnight Celebrity" (Remix) (featuring Kanye West, Cam'ron and 50 Cent) - Twista (2005)
- "Mesmerized" (featuring Nas) - Faith Evans (2005)
- "How to Deal" - Frankie J (2005)
- "We Belong Together" (Remix) (featuring Styles P. and Jadakiss) - Mariah Carey (2005)
- "Shake It Off" (Remix) (featuring Jay-Z and Young Jeezy) - Mariah Carey (2005)
- "One Wish (Ray J song)" (featuring Fabolous) - Ray J (2005)
- "Don't Forget About Us" (Remix) (featuring Styles P. and Fabolous) - Mariah Carey (2006)
- "Ride for You" - Danity Kane (2006)
- "You Should Be My Girl" - Sammie (featuring Sean P) (2006)
- "Heartbreaker" (featuring Jay-Z) - Mariah Carey (1999)
- "Superwoman Pt. II" (featuring Fabolous) - Lil' Mo (2001)
- "Last Night a DJ Saved My Life" (featuring Busta Rhymes and Fabolous) - Mariah Carey (2001)
- "Rich Friday" (featuring Lil Wayne, Future, Drake, Nicki Minaj, Fabolous, Fat Joe, Juelz Santana & French Montana) - The Professional Pt. 4 (2013)
- Jacobs, Shayna. "Charges dismissed against DJ Clue after he proves he didn't know his driver's license was suspended". New York Daily News. Retrieved 20 June 2015.
- "DJ Clue - Desert Storm Radio: The Takeover [DOWNLOAD] - Hip-Hop Wired". Hip-Hop Wired. Retrieved 17 August 2015.
- "AllHipHop » DJ Clue Leaves Hot 97 For Rival Power 105". AllHipHop. April 6, 2006. Retrieved 17 August 2015.
- Coscarelli, Joe (February 13, 2015). "For Hip-Hop Radio and Its Voices, Change Is on the Air". The New York Times. Retrieved August 17, 2015.
“I’ve been here for a lot of transitions,” Mr. Darden said in an interview, citing the departures of previous Hot 97 luminaries like D.J. Clue and D.J. Envy.
- "DJ Envy Leaves Hot 97, Moves To Power 105.1 FM". Hip-Hop Wired. Retrieved 17 August 2015.
- Not a Good DJ id=GxQEAAAAMBAJ&pg=PA36&lpg=PA36&dq=Desert+Storm+Records+dj+clue+1998&source=bl&ots=S0x9StK_oO&sig=cv5WSl8CN2LuYGPEDvIQNvstJ8k&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0CCgQ6AEwAjgKahUKEwiG_9Kuj7DHAhWCNz4KHUd8BEY#v=onepage&q=Desert%20Storm%20Records%20dj%20clue%201998&f=false "Desert Storm Launches Fabolous by Rashaun Hall, Billboard Magazine, September 8, 2001" Check
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