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Slaine vs Termanology – Anti Hero (Feat. Bun B & Everlast) (Music Video)

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DJ Premier Presents Torii Wolf debut album “Flow Riiot” (Album Stream)

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MC Eiht – Heart Cold (Feat. Lady of Rage) (Music Video)

Torii Wolf – Big Big Trouble (Official Music Video)

Looking for celebrity DJs for your club night?

Booking a celebrity DJ is a great way to raise the profile of your club night – whether it’s already a huge event or you’re just getting started. Big name DJs can help to draw in the crowds in a way that less recognisable names might not – and luckily there are plenty on the books at booking agents MN2S.

Boy George

One of the biggest names in the music industry, Boy George is available to book for DJ sets around the UK and beyond. First made famous by his turn in Culture Club, he was one of the biggest names in the New Romantic movement and has been a successful solo artist ever since. As famous for his gay rights advocacy as he is for his music, he’d be a great choice for an LGBT+ club night.

Samantha Ronson

Sister of producer Mark Ronson, Sam is exceptionally talented in her own right and has a deep understanding of the music industry because of her immersion in it. She’s a brilliant crowd-pleaser with experience DJing at the VMAs and Super Bowl, so a big crowd shouldn’t faze her!

Fazer

During his time with N-Dubz, Fazer was involved in writing and producing three platinum albums and eight top 40 singles, as well as playing some enormous venues around the UK. The trio have now gone their separate ways to pursue different avenues, and Fazer is available to book as an in demand celebrity DJ.

Celebrity DJ booking agencies in London

If you’re looking for a celebrity DJ to book, get in touch with a booking agent at MN2S, where you’ll find Boy George, Lindsay Lohan and Gizzi Erskine amongst many others. By adding a touch of glamour to your event, you’ll make it a hot ticket, and keep people coming back time after time.

Slaine & Termanology – Anti-Hero (Tracklist)


La Coka Nostra veteran Slaine and Termanology will finally combine forces like Captain Planet for their collaborative LP Anti-Hero.

“We were rivals,” Slaine remembers about his friend. “When I started buzzing, Term was coming up at the same time,” remembers Slaine. “I viewed him as competition.”

“Doing a record with Slaine, I’m thinking like this is hardcore, raw, shock rap,” Termanology adds. “I wanted to make it so that Slaine’s fans could feel me as well.”

Tracklist:
1. Still Here – Prod. by The Arcitype
2. Anti-Hero (feat. Bun B & Everlast) – Prod. by DJ Premier
3. Life of a Drug Addict (feat. Catero) – Prod. by Evidence
4. Some Other Sh*t (feat. Madchild & DJ Revolution) – Prod. by Statik Selektah
5. Apocalypse (feat. Nems & Ill Bill) – Prod. by Billy Loman
6. Land of the Lost – Prod. by Statik Selektah
7. Bringing Much Terror (feat. Chris Rivers) – Prod. by Psycho Les
8. Blink of an Eye (feat. Ras Kass) – Prod. by Statik Selektah
9. Snakes (feat. Sick Jacken & Jared Evan) – Prod. by Termanology & Artisin, co-prod. by The Arcitype
10. The Demon’s Peace – Prod. by The Arcitype
11. It Doesn’t Matter – Prod. by DC The Midi Alien
12. Blood In My Eyes (feat. Ea$y Money) – Prod. by Billy Loman
13. Comeback Story – Prod. by The Arcitype
14. Came a Long Way (feat. Conway) – Prod. by Billy Loman

Album dropping October 6. Support!

Torii Wolf – Big Big Trouble (Produced by DJ Premier)


“Big Big Trouble” is Wolf’s second recent song produced by DJ Premier, following the release of “Free” with Macklemore a few weeks ago. Flow Riiot is set to drop on September 29 via DJ Premier’s TTT (To The Top) imprint.

Full tracklisting & credit’s for Torii Wolf’s “Flow Riiot” Album:

1.) “Everlasting Peace” (produced by DJ Premier)
2.) “Meant To Do” (produced by DJ Premier)
3.) “1st” (produced by DJ Premier)
4.) “Big Big Trouble” (produced by DJ Premier)
5.) “Body” (Produced by araabMUZIK)
6.) “”I’d Wait Forever And A Day For You” (produced by DJ Premier)
7.) “Take It Up On Monday” (Produced by King Of Chill)
8.) “Go From Here” (produced by DJ Premier)
9.) “Shadows Crawl” (produced by DJ Premier)
10.) “Nobody Around” (produced by DJ Premier)
11.) “You’re Not There” (Produced by King Of Chill)
12.) “Where We Belong” (produced by DJ Premier)
13.) “Free” f/ Macklemore & DJ Premier (Produced by King Of Chill)
14.) “Pain Killer” (Produced by Mike Zombie)
15.) “Moscow” (Produced by Torii Wolf)

ASAP Ferg talks about working with DJ Premier


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Faith Evans and The Notorious B.I.G. – “NYC” (Feat. Jadakiss) (Official Music Video)

DJ Premier Breaks Down His Classics With Nas, JAY-Z, Biggie & Gang Starr

On August 8, legendary hip-hop producer DJ Premier sat down with Genius for the latest installment of Genius Level, our live conversation series with icons of the music business, including influential artists, songwriters, producers, and executives. The event was hosted by Genius’ Head of Artist Relations Rob Markman and sponsored by Cîroc and Breather. During the wide-ranging interview, Premier reflected on his legacy in hip-hop, from his early days has half of Gang Starr to his work with legends like Nas, JAY-Z, and The Notorious B.I.G.

Jump To A Topic:
Intro (0:00)
What’s The Greatest DJ Premier Beat? (1:24)
The Making of Nas’ “NY State of Mind” (2:40)
Gang Starr’s First Press Photo (5:27)
Premier’s Early Exposure to Music (6:04)
The Origin of Gang Starr (8:52)
The Making of Gang Starr’s “Just To Get A Rep” (13:24)
Why Guru & Premier Made The Perfect Team (15:24)
What’s The Greatest Gang Starr Album? (17:11)
Will There Ever Be a Posthumous Gang Starr Album? (18:22)
How KRS-One Turned Premier Into The Hottest Producer (20:38)
The Making of Biggie’s “Kick In The Door” & Jeru’s “Day One” (22:32)
The Making of JAY-Z’s Reasonable Doubt (26:42)
JAY-Z’s Original Black Album Idea (28:26)
Working with Kendrick Lamar (29:09)
The Making of D’Angelo’s “Devil’s Pie” (31:13)
Working With Christina Aguilera (34:58)
How Premier Makes Beats in 2017 (37:20)
Dabbing & Keeping Up With Modern Rap (38:38)
Sampling Adrian Younge on PRhyme (39:47)
Hearing A Sober Royce Da 5’9” Rap For The First Time (41:25)
How Premier Picks Vocal Samples (44:09)
Guru’s Famous “Lemonade Is A Popular Drink” Line (45:40)
On Break Records & Sample Snitching (46:44)
On Working Under Pressure (50:13)
PRhyme 2 Update (52:46)
Collaborating with A$AP Ferg (54:21)
Goodbyes & Thank Yous (56:30)

Props to Genius.com




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