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DJ's, Podcast, Uncategorized 10 Jan 17 0
DJ Prince Azeez drops a new mixtape that is inspired by his radio show every Saturday at 6pm EST on CommishRadio.com. Each week, he spins a different genre of music but every 1st Saturday of the month, he’s rocking Afrobeats. The popularity of this particular monthly show is inspiration for this new mix. Check it out and let us know what you think. Feel free to comment below.
Awesome Gallery, DJ's, Uncategorized 05 Jan 17 0
DJ K Bliss
The Bliss Mix Tuesdays at 9pm EST on CommishRadio.com
“Music Is Bliss”
Watching her mom get ready for a fun night on the town by listening to the latest grooves dancing and smiling, is how DJ K Bliss began to equate music to happiness. Calling Florida, Massachusetts, and Brooklyn all home at different points in her life DJ K Bliss’ musical style is just as broad as the places she’s previously called home. As a self-proclaimed music head, K Bliss’ sets take you on sonic journey through the classic tunes you’ve been missing to the latest hits you love or didn’t even know you needed to hear. Her fusion of Hip Hop and R&B, Funk, Soul, Top 40, underground and EDM, make her DJ sets a non-stop good time.
It’s K Bliss’ innate song selection and versatility that eventually launched her DJ career. She then discovered that music is more than just fun. It is a way for people to connect not only with each other, but also within themselves to experience pure bliss.
Whether it’s spinning at major corporate events or for her #1 debuted weekly R&B radio show, K Bliss has always risen to the occasion of being Chief Sound Curator. With “Music is Bliss” as her motto, DJ K Bliss works to give the world a moment to connect to experience happiness within their day.
Blog News, DJ's, Movies, Musician / Bands, Uncategorized 19 Nov 16 0
Commish Radio’s own DJ Hear No Evil released a brand new documentary yesterday. The highly anticipated film is a closer look at who he is and how he operates. Check it out and be sure to tune in each and every Wednesday at 3pm EST for his Wicked Wednesday Mixshow.
DJ's, Musician / Bands, Uncategorized 05 Oct 16 0
Catch DJ Vega Benetton every Friday at 5pm EST for Raw Rhythm Radio.
Vega Benetton is a DJ/Producer who undeniably instills a raw and uncompromised sound back into music. As a native New Yorker, Vega consistently reminds us of the elements that truly make a solid DJ: scratching, mixing, blending and taking the crowd to the pinnacle of their overall musical experience. Growing up, despite the fact that he lacked “proper” DJ equipment, Vega used his creative genius to emulate the DJs he admired. “I didn’t have turn tables at the time so I used old stereo components and pieced them together and created mix tapes using the play and pause buttons. I still remember the first time I heard Pete Rock and CL Smooth’s ‘Reminisce’…I was a fan at that point (and still am), but after hearing that record, I knew this was for me.”
It was at St. John’s University where he first debuted his skills, spinning at various campus events, local hot spots and hosting his own college radio mix show on WSJU Radio. Since then he has performed on multiple radio shows, with much larger audiences, that have all helped him to build a solid on air reputation. Vega has made several appearances on stations like 89.9 FM with Timm See and Sucio Smash (The Stretch & Bobitto Show), Lisa Evers’ “Street Soldiers” on Hot 97.1 FM, and multiple shows on Sirius Satellite Radio. Currently Vega can be heard on his own weekly show called “The Pre-Game Show” on PNCRadio.fm where he spins the best in Hip-Hop & R&B and plays host to a slue of guest artists, DJs, taste makers and trend setters.
Early on in his career, Vega made his first television debut on BET’s legendary Hip-Hop video show, “Rap City“, and gave their audience their first taste of his dedication to music along with his skills on the turntables. Ever since the airing of “Rap City“, Vega has been seen DJ’ing in a variety of New York City hot spots such as Jay Z’s 40/40 Club, Santos Party House, Club Touch, Katra, Pranna, Studio 21, Lexicon, Pianos, Red Rooster and Corner Social along with several others. He has shared the stage with legendary DJs Marley Marl, DJ Premier, Pete Rock and Q-Tip and has a celebrity clientele that ranges from Derek Jeter and Justin Bieber to Catherine Zeta Jones and Michael Douglas. Vega had the honor of being the first DJ to perform live before the United Nations General Assembly, and the UN Secretary General Kofi Annan, and was invited the very next year to spin for the same event, this time for the new Secretary General, Ban Ki Moon. Vega continued to expand his international and philanthropic reach overseas while on tour both in Europe and the Middle East. He was also an intricate part of a humanitarian effort where he traveled to Africa (South Africa, Namibia) several times to assist in providing relief to designated HIV/AIDs & poverty stricken communities.
Producing mixtapes fast became a way for Vega to hone his DJ and production skills all at the same time. Some of his most noteworthy mixtapes featured several collaborative efforts with the legendary DJ Premier while others included guest stars: Redman, Smif-N-Wessun, Fab 5 Freddy, and Common. These mix tapes have landed Vega in Hip-Hop publications such as The Source, XXL, Scratch, Urban Ink, Don Diva and Complex Magazine. More recently, Vega has assumed the role of Executive Producer for the “PNC Radio Mixtape Series” which highlights multiple PNC Radio DJs alongside a featured artist.
Vega has also spent the last few years developing into a multifaceted producer working with artists such as M-1 of Dead Prez, Smif-N-Wessun, Havoc (Mobb Deep), Torae, KRS-1, Skyzoo and more.
Vega’s creative endeavors allowed him to also be a creative and inspirational part of the Student Union clothing line; an upstart men’s apparel company based out of Harlem, NYC.
“Quality is always the most important thing. I want to make sure that the product will stand the test of time. If I can do that, then it’ll stay in your collection forever and I’ve effectively done my job.” -Vega Benetton
Blog News, DJ's, Musician / Bands, Uncategorized 02 Sep 16 0
DJ Hear No Evil
Wednesdays at 3pm EST
A product of Mount Vernon, NY, DJ Hear No Evil has taken the music game by storm. He is in fact Hard of Hearing (hence the name DJ Hear No Evil), but he can in fact feel, and play music like the rest of them…like the BEST of them such as DJ Jazzy Jeff, Kid Capri, DJ Craze and name a few.
With a Bachelor of Science degree in Media Marketing/Accounting through Rochester Institute of Technology and Master Certifications in DJ and Production through Scratch DJ Academy. DJ Hear no Evil makes it clear that he is on point across the board.
He dedicates his work in the craft of DJing to 2 of his biggest supporters, his father, who was a DJ, and his best friend, Christopher Alexander Rucker-Ridley, a Mount Vernon Police Officer.
Words From DJ Hear No Evil…
I am motivated to achieve this dream for all of us. Music is my life so you can sense my determination! I am fully aware of my challenge, yet I am determined to succeed in becoming one of the most successful DJ’s with longevity in this career. I have DJ’ed in several battles, which I obtained 2nd place in Manhattan, and close to make it in final round in Queens recently . In my case, I realize that I have to work 100 times harder in order to surpass my competition and become successful in the career of DJ’ing. There are more about me such as DJ battle which occurred in Miami, Florida, articles, music mix and so forth so check out my website as provided below when you have a chance to check out who is DJ Hear No Evil including his music