Remembering DJ Screw

Written by Rizoh. Posted in H-Town, Music

Published on November 16, 2009 with No Comments


Without DJ Screw there would be no Houston hip-hop. Period. Houston’s unofficial nickname is Screwston for a good reason. It all started with Robert Earl Davis Jr. and his desire to slow the world down. He propelled a simple art form to unfathomable heights. Screw left us 9 years ago today, but not without leaving an indelible mark on the game. Peep a sample of Screw’s game-changing sound below. Lean is optional.

[Screwed Up Records]



Rizoh is the most powerful man in all the lands. He lives in Houston where he earned a BS in Nerf Herding. He's the founder of The Rap Up, the former editor of, and is in the Grammy-awaiting band Pervertable Disciples.

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