Miami's Top Ten Hip-Hop DJs of All Time

DJ Heron grew up carrying milk crates full of records for his cousin Manny Love in NYC. In 1987, at age 15, his family moved from Brooklyn to North Miami Beach. Heron made friends with neighborhood kids Classik and Oski, formed a crew, and started rocking his own parties.

He has lived the culture of Miami hip-hop through many phases of its development, from mixtapes, block parties, and underground radio to its worldwide recognition today.

So here are Miami's top ten Miami hip-hop DJs of all time, according to DJ Heron.

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