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Hey Mr Dj Carolina Nightlife
-Where are you from?
I was born in Philadelphia, PA, raised outside of Atlantic City, and moved back to the Philadelphia before moving down to Charleston.
-Style of Music?
I am pretty much open format. I let the energy of the crowd guide my selections.
-Describe your ideal night out
Its simple really, great energy from a great crowd. Business aside, I would rather play for a crowd of 20 with great energy, than a crowd of 1000 with no energy. With that said, my ideal night has already happened a few times here in Charleston; a packed club, with a line wrapped around the corner, every song selection and transition is on point, and a crowd that knows how to have a good time. Nothing gets better than that.
-Where can you be found spinning during the week?
Thursdays at Tsunami Downtown, Fridays at Mercury Bar, & Mynt pretty much every other Saturday
-Why do you love the music you play? (yeah loaded question, abridged version)
Music is the one thing that can connect you with everyone at a single point and time and that feeling is indescribable. That is why I play what I play, and why I do what I do.
-How you became a DJ?
I have always been into the four elements of hiphop, emceeing, breaking, tagging, and DJing. However, my love of music took over everything, and it was something I wanted to share with everyone and what better way to do that then becoming a DJ? With the support and help of my family, I saved up money, bought my first pair of turntables and mixer and havent looked back.
-Notable events past/present/future
No specific events to me outside of the ordinary. NYE parties, Hallowen parties, the usual gigs.
-Contact Info: firstname.lastname@example.org; 843.608.9357
"Hey Mr. DJ" is a blog dedicated to feature local DJ's in the greater Charleston region. The purpose is to display and promote Disc Jockeys in a way that connects them to their audience on a more intimate level, without the hindrance of DJ booths. Music IS the UNIVERSAL language. It transcends the social limitations we are subjected to on a daily basis through the wavelengths of sound.
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