Big Dawgg P!! We miss you mang!!!
He put out a series of records from 1999 to 2002 that although were not nationally distributed and limited in pressing made him and his crew (Spitball,Fonosluts, & 3MS) the most popular in the scene at the time.
He was an amazing Dj and was the first Dj I ever took on the road with me in 2002 when i started touring.� He, Illogic, and I had so many good times that it’s hard to know where to begin, but in terms of rocking shows, since Przm was a Dj, Emcee, producer, and beatboxer of the highest level–he was able to make any show live and able to make the best out of any bad situation.
He was the kind of guy who would laugh at me having a meltdown about a bad show and never took things too seriously.� Przm was also a killer party DJ, who could kill crowds with anything from booty house to classic hip-hop.� He truly was a throwback to the era when emcees did more than just emcee, they practiced and sought to perfect every aspect of the hip-hop.
In addition to the production work he did with his Spitball crew, he produced and EP for Illogic (Off the Clock), SA Smash (“Smash TV”), Copywrite, Supastition, and the most recognizable beat of his career, “Hold The Floor” for Camu Tao (def jux).� DJ Przm single-handedly defined the grimey, lo-fi sound of Columbus hip-hop.
Throughout his life, Przm had health issues surrounding his heart, and had moved to the west coast over a year ago in hopes to speed up the process of getting a heart transplant.
Please spread the word to all that knew of DJ Przm and his work. He will be sorely missed.