Whether using Serato, Traktor, Rekordbox etc. all DJs need to structure their music library. It helps you perform better at live gigs and play more of the music you intended to. Personally, I have been a Serato user for more than ten years, spinning Hip-Hop/ Open Format. Here is my 2¢ of the story…
Last weekend I was invited to Bratislava by my good mates DJ D3C! & DJ Australan + supporting Waka Flocka at his show in Dresden.
Today my new mix for DJcityDE got released! I’ve been working pretty long on picking the right tracks to create a constant vibe, while still playing different genres. Hope you enjoy this mash up of Future Bass, soulful Hip-Hop and Trap.
It’s been a while since I had time to hit the UK and link up with all my fellow mates. I’m so looking forward to this. Here is the road plan:
27 Jan – Manchester @ Club Liv (w/ DJ G2)
29 Jan – Newcastle @ Club Livello (w/ DJ Play & Doc Jnr)
30 Jan – Edinburgh @ Club Tipsy (w/ DJ Prospect)
Many DJs are aware of each other through social media, but their busy schedules often prevent them from developing those relationships further. The DJcity LinkUP was created to solve this problem, by bringing together DJs from around the country in one place at the same time. DJs attend the Linkup to discuss the latest trends in music and technology as well as share ideas and opportunities.
I was very happy to take over the digital campaign of my good mates Drunken Masters for Universal Music. The song was released in November in cooperation with Fool’s Gold Rec. and has reached over 1 million streams on Spotify still counting…
Das soll Hip-Hop sein – echt jetzt? Ich hör’s mir an, doch da geht’s mir wie mit Snapchat: „Was ist das?“
Es ist Juni 2016. Ich bekomme mein bisher größtes Label Projekt – SIDO. Auf den ersten Blick wirkt es wie ein ganz normales Album. Doch hier sollte einiges anders laufen…