The best has to be Dj Jaun 2 Big Perez from Chicago.... he will throw about 200 tracks on to a 60 minute casette tape. Check out some of his shit if you can. Another great Dj is The Mixtress from San Fransisco. She uses alot of old school shit but old school still jams if mixed right.
I have Juan 2 Big Perez's "Sad Girl 5" cd and he killed it by advertising his next cd in the middle of playing the music. UGH! Killed It! THEN he sings "Sexual Healing" for like 20 minutes. When I heard that I was like WTF!! ANYWAYS.... Naw-T-Boy Nardi is from back in the day and just came out with a new cd "Got Freestyle?" it's GREAT! Another great DJ is Kid Heartbreak who's done the "Bronx Tales" both are from Chicago. Can't forget TKC and Tim Shomer
law2k1 must be the first person I've ever heard dis Kid Heartbreak. I thought it was pretty known that Kid Heartbreak has been the top freestyle DJ in Chicago for the past few years. He's got the cleanest blends, the dope new songs (in the old skool style), and about 35 different tapes under his name. What else could anyone ask for? Kool Cut Chaos and Payback Garcia are also pretty dope. law2k1 obviously doesn't know that much about real freestyle. He's probably one of them gay guys in the tight shirts.
let me tell you about hearbreak kid....so he is the only one who plays new stuff.....his mixes has flaws in them...i have a couple of them...sometimes he fades out to soon...seems like he doesnt take the time to plan his mixes....most of the time he just puts accapellas over instrumental....he is not a top dj.....shit i bet i know more about freestyle than you ass...
Since when is putting accapellas over instrumentals wack? That's the type of shit real DJs do. One thing I have noticed is that mix tape kings such as Kid Heartbreak, DJ Miracle, and Juan "Too Big" Perez do sometimes become lazy and slack a little bit on their mixes. But this is probably because they each put out so many tapes. The thing that puts Kid Heartbreak above other DJs is that you'll never hear him off beat or have a tape with less than 75 songs, some of which are new and unheard. Also, he be kickin' that hardcore New York style that the real headz wanna hear. The only way I see someone legitimately not liking that shit is if they're use to the mix tapes that are spead up all fast. But if someone is a real freestyle head, they'd wanna hear the shit the way it's suppose to be, not spead up all fast like house music.
it isnt the amount of mixes a dj makes or how many songs u throw on a mix ....if the quality aint good and the mix isnt clean and the drops are weak then none of that matters ........its not the quantity ..its tha quality!peace