No surprises here: just two and a half hours of pure, classy NY/NJ house culled from producers like DJ Pierre and Blaze, featuring plenty of vocals from Kenny Bobien, Jocelyn Brown, and more. Long, seamless mixes focus the attention on the songs, letting Morales’s programming skills shine, particularly when he gets more Afrocentric on the second disc with cuts from Mateo & Matos and Kerri Chandler. On a mix celebrating 10 years of King Street’ would have enjoyed some earlier songs like 95 North’s “Hold On,” but it’s hard to complain about what’s here.