Here’s the songs I played last night. It didn’t get as busy as last time but it was still a great night. Sound-checked with Out For A Rip. Played Cupid Shuffle and Cha Cha Slide by request, kept it a bit more old-school than I had originally intended but that’s what kept everyone dancing.
Shark Tank – Out For A Rip
Bombfunk MC – Freestyler
Clear Soul Forces – Stick Em
Crystal Method – Name Of The Game (Calling All Freaks)
Snoop Dogg – Drop it like it’s Hot ft Pharell Wiliams
Outkast – I’m Sorry Ms Jackson (Get Funky Extended Mix)
KRS One – Sound Of Da Police Continue Reading
The Following is the playlist for a set I DJ-ed recently. Went from 9pm to 2:30am, used I’m On One to check levels before getting started. Place got busy around midnight, a fairly normal night and as always loads of fun. Enjoy!
I’m On One – Drake Ft Lil Wayne, Rick Ross
DJ Change – Drake & Wiz Khalifa vs Cage The Elephant – I Did it Overnight (Hiphop Rock Mashup)
Outkast – Ms Jackson
KRS-One – Sound of da police
I threw a song together using clips of Trump’s voice. If you like dubstep and dislike Trump, you’ll probably like this track… I will try to keep politics off this blog but this was too good to pass up. And to be clear, I’m just as anti-Hillary as anti-Trump.
Saw a hilarious picture that said “Every time a DJ calls himself a musician, a real musician laughs.” I thought that was pretty funny, and it made me think of what my answer would be if someone asks me how I can call myself a musician. This post is that answer, and I’ll also answer this- what makes me the authority of who is or isn’t a “producer?” (https://mikldeitrick.wordpress.com/2013/12/20/oh-youre-a-producer-cute/) It’s pretty simple- I’m not claiming to be a producer. If you’ve read my rant about producers, you’ll very clearly get my opinion on it. Yes, I’m a dj. Yes, I’m a musician, reasons listed below. No, I don’t call myself a producer. When I have my own studio and am actually doing all the things it takes to be a real producer, then I will be proud to take the title. By the way soundcloud users, real producers don’t add their producer credit to the end of the song title, and they definitely don’t write “Prod. by,” or some ridiculous equivalent. Continue Reading