An intimate look at Jam Master Jay’s influential life and tragic death | Nightline

The DJ for pioneering rap group Run DMC helped introduce hip hop to the mainstream. Nearly two decades after his death, two men have been charged with his murder. They have both pleaded not guilty.



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