Another entry in an ongoing series about the realities, challenges and tactics of spinning records in public for pay…
Catch up on previous episodes!
Finally got more ladies representing in this batch.
— kalkutta (@kalkutta2much) May 4, 2013
File under “occupational hazards”.
If you're playing the clean version of any Snoop track in a club at 2 AM you need to reevaluate your life.
— Miranda Wright (@DJMirandaWright) June 29, 2013
Inexplicable rookie mistake.
Definitely became THAT Dj tonight – giving shout outs to local rappers, their cliques and a dude named GO. Still perplexed about that one.
— Golgo 13 (@jeromebaker3rd) August 24, 2013
Some nights, you do what you feel, others you do what you must.
That one Chad with Latino friends just won't let go of "Danza Kuduro".
— Rhome (@DJStylus) August 3, 2013
Don't ask me what I'm playing next. You'll find out when everyone else does.
— Rhome (@DJStylus) July 21, 2013
You’ll have more fun this way.
If you have no idea what the words "upbeat" or "faster" actually mean, you must NEVER use them when talking to a working DJ.
— Rhome (@DJStylus) August 12, 2013
A plea falling on deaf ears…
— Marc Meistro (@marcMeistro) August 11, 2013
BUT WHYYYYYYY NOOOOT?!!!?
if u show me the same request on your Iphone more than once I already have a note saved in mine to show u that says "YOU'RE BASIC!"
— kalkutta (@kalkutta2much) August 18, 2013
Problem solved, Meistro
Don’t push him, he’s close to the edge.
Well played. Great save.
It’s not just a mixtape, it’s a way of life.
The bass in club ten makes my booty tickle. At least i think that's the bass.
— T̶I̶T̶T̶S̶W̶O̶R̶T̶H̶ (@tittsworth) August 24, 2013
Tittsworth is no stranger to TMI.
It's official if you use the word trap when talking to me while im djing you instantly become invisible
— DJ Ross One (@djrossone) August 11, 2013
It’s like MAGIC.
Some douche just asked me to "somehow incorporate a song about eating p*ssy for the first time" into my set. O_o
— DJ Cleveland Browne (@DJCleBrowne) July 1, 2013
Saved the best for last.