Scruff’s Top 5

This past weekend was nothing but fun, I had the chance to play at the Orange City, IA bridal show, the Firehouse, Icon Lounge in Sioux Falls, and got the opportunity to expand my reach on the radio. 2019 has been an amazing journey thus far. I can’t believe the potential that this year has with a lil bit of hard work and dedication.

Friday night I made my way up to Icon Lounge in Sioux Falls, SD for my friend Adam’s taco birthday party. Adam rented out Icon for a few hours and served tacos in 90’s vintage apparel. You saw Space Jam jersey’s,fanny packs, overalls, and Starter jackets. The party went from 8-12 and had 3 DJ’s on deck, I was fortunate to be one of them. It had been almost 2 years since I last played a track at Icon, I was glad to be back on the stage. Since it was a 90’s themed party I tried to stick to the 90’s early 2000’s with my track selection. I played a lil ODB, Salt n Peppa, and Mariah Carey to keep the crowd singing. It was a fun event and i’m glad those guys thought of me.

Saturday was an early morning. I had to get to Orange City for their Better Together 2019 Bridal and Fashion showcase. Stovetop Productions was in charge of all the music for the event and that meant keeping the ladies and their entourages moving and grooving towards vendors. This is our second year being the preferred DJ’s for the event. We really enjoy working with the staff at the Prairie View Event Center in Orange City. After the event was over I made my way home for lunch and a nap before packing up and making my way to the Firehouse for the evening. It was a pretty busy place down in Sioux City. It’s always fun to play at the Firehouse, but I really enjoy it when the place is packed. One thing I enjoy is getting the different requests from the crowd. It’s hard keeping up with all the new trends and artists, so getting requests keep my library up to date. I’ve been listening to so much house music, I can’t just neglect the other genres I need to know in order to be proficient at my job.

Sunday was my day of rest and relaxation. I laid around and listened to tunes, watched some television, and worked on some production. It was a good day for sure. It was especially nice after a long weekend, not to mention I was going to have my radio show broadcasted across seas the following week so that was exciting. I don’t know how it happened but, right place and right time surely seems appropriate. I was on Facebook checking a DJ community group i’m a part of when I came across a post asking about radio shows. I answered the thread and informed the topic creator that I had been on air for 3 years, that turned into a conversation about having my show aired on another station. Of course I was interested, in my mind I see it as another way to find fans, and spread the love of dance music. Well after going over details I found out that the station was based out of Cork County, Ireland. Needless to say I became very excited and hopped on the chance to have the show played in Europe. So starting next week i’ll have the show aired on Wednesday’s and Saturday’s. Once in the U.S. and once in Ireland, I can’t begin to express how grateful I am for this. Just goes to show that hard work does pay off, I can’t wait to see how much this helps me grow. Not only as a DJ, but in general. I know having my show on another station brings a little more responsibility to my plate, but if I remain focused I know that I can excel. 2019 is looking like a year for opportunity and blessings, can’t wait to see what else is in store.

  1. Come Get Her – Rae Sremmurd 
  2. Keep Moving – DJ Scruff 
  3. Abandoned Ship – Dillon Nathaniel 
  4. Push Pull – OFFAIAH 
  5. MJ Is Alive – Alvaro Smart, Menesix

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I was a long and exciting weekend to start off 2019. Kicking things off with three events to get the people moving and grooving, and losing mass amounts of sleep in the process. This is the life that I chose to live and I wouldn’t give it up for anything. I believe that dedication and hard work will pay off in the long run, and the journey is just getting started for me. Yes I would love to be traveling the world and rocking the main stage at whatever festival comes to mind, but i’m not ready for all that just yet. I am ready to start that process by playing more shows out of state, and working on productions that I feel labels would want. This will open the door for more gigs and connections in the future, I know that patience and perseverance will get me what I want in the future. 2019 just started the path and I honestly feel that things will only get better from here.

Friday Lee and myself took the stage and helped with the grand opening for Brady’s Pub here in Sheldon. We always look forward to helping out a growing business here in the town that we live in, and it gives us a chance to hit the bar scene together every once and a while. The place filled up as we played some old school jams mixed in with some new school bangers. The crowd was mixed with 20’s 30’s and 40’s so we kept the generations rocking with tracks that each could relate to. A lil Usher, Migos, Salt n Peppa, and even some lil Mama kept things hoppin. Connecting with our audience was definitely worth the sleep we would be lacking before heading to Sioux Center in the Morning for our First Bridal Show of the year.

Saturday Morning came quite early for me, after getting to bed around 2:30 I woke up around 7 to get ready for the Bridal and Fashion show hosted by Sioux Center’s Terrace View Event Center. I was the DJ for the event and Lee was the MC, so we had to be bright eyed for the event. From 10-2 we ran into some brides that already had us booked, and had the opportunity to book a few more weddings as the day progressed. The fashion portion of the event was also pretty cool, with tuxes and gowns that would surely make your spouse happy. It was a great opportunity to play for models going down the runway, just opens my eyes to all the possibilities that can arise from playing music. Later on that evening My lady and I made our way to the KIWA Christmas Party, I can’t believe that I’ve been on the air for over 3 years now. After a nice prime rib dinner, and of course kicking it with the other staff, we made our way south towards Sioux City for my first Saturday event at The Firehouse. The place wasn’t packed like on New Years but I guess you can kind of expect that since everyone just had 4 days of binge partying. Nonetheless I had a great time spinning different tunes and trying out different combinations of mashups and remixes. It’s a forever expanding task to play new music and not get into a routine, this is a part of mixing that I really enjoy. Not only does it keep my ears sharp, but keeps the brain in a creative stance. My drink of choice for the evening was definitely Red Bull, after losing sleep the previous night, Saturday was turning out to be no different. Finally made it home and was able to crash around 3:30.

Usually Sunday’s are my day of rest, but not this week. When I said that 2019 was turning out great, I meant it. Sunday night I was teaming up with DJSF, EZB, and Darkwood for the Git Down at Lime Lounge in Des Moines. I was the headliner for the evening so my set didn’t start until 12:45. This gave me the opportunity to slowly make my way to that area and get some rest before having to hit the stage. I got to the venue around 10:30 and DJSF was already kicking things off with some house tunes. I was super impressed by his set and the fact that he was playing on vinyl without any computer help at all. There is something to be said about rocking vinyl. An art form that I hope to incorporate into my sets some day. EZB and Darkwood brought things up a notch with some heavy bass hitters and hang banging dubs. Those guys are great at their craft and you can see the passion as they press buttons and turn knobs to get the sounds that they want share. I closed the night off with some high energy tech house tunes. I figured that since it was late on a Sunday everyone would need that extra burst of energy to power through to the end. I played tracks by solardo, Green Velvet, and Mason Maynard to name a few. I wish I would have recorded my set, not only to study it so that I can further advance in my mixing, but because I really enjoyed playing it out and wanted to jam to it on the ride home.

Such an amazing weekend for me, full of music and friends. 2019 has started off great and as long as I continue to work hard i’m sure even greater things are in store.

  1. My Life (The Cube Guys Edit) – Rio Dela Duna & Dvit Bousa
  2. Diggin – Nicolo Simonelli
  3. Talk To The Boss – MISHQA
  4. Crush That – Shiba San
  5. Friday – Anti Up

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Hello world, I haven’t forgotten about you lol. It’s been an amazing, and long two weeks. With Christmas Eve being last week Monday, I decided to take a break and just update you all today. It’s good to break away from the interwebs and just spend time with family and friends. In my case it helps me to stay focused on the things that are most important, the things tat you can’t just save on a piece of equipment and view at a later date. Over the past two weeks I have traveled to Arizona, and Chicago. Both visits were quite needed, for two very different reasons but nonetheless they had to be done.

My first trip started off in Arizona, I had to go and see my grandparents. It had been years since I had seen them and now was the time more than ever to go and check up on them. My grandmother is over 80 years strong and you never know how long someone has on this earth, she’s in good health but there are some things that telephone calls won’t allow you to see for yourself. My grandfather unfortunately is battling cancer, has been for the past 5 years. Now I can go on say the obvious f*ck cancer and all that, but that doesn’t change the fact that the only man that has been with my grandmother for over 50 years is sick. The man that has taught me so much about work ethic: working at GM for over 20 years, retiring and buying property, fixing things himself to save for the future, and being a provider in all sense of the word. I had to go and visit, grab as much wisdom from him as I can, let him know that i’m here, that he can call when the pain is bearing down on him, let him know that he is still strong regardless of the physical strain. It was a much needed visit, not only because time is limited but because this is another lesson that I needed to learn. You only have one life and sometimes that life doesn’t end the way you want, so do all you can to be the person you strive to be, do everything you possibly can to feel satisfied on the inside and never worry about what other people think, be the role model that you would look up to, be the unspoken hero. Spend your time wisely, stop and smell the roses because one day the roses won’t be there.

Christmas was fun, I spend it with the GF and her family after making my way back to Iowa. It was quite simple and pleasant, we ate soup and sandwiches, opened presents, and played some Mario Kart. It was awesome to watch two children play video games for the first time ever, needless to say I think they will be asking their parents for some sort of system in the early future. I can say that was my fault 100% and i’m not mad about it lol. While in Arizona I spent a lil bit of money on myself and called it an early birthday/Christmas gift and purchased a Nintendo Switch. I hadn’t bought a system in years due to the rising prices for the entertainment, but this system was not only portable but stationary as well, making it the most practical of the newer generation gaming platforms.

This past weekend I made my way back to the windy city. Now, I could say that this was another Christmas gift to myself, but in all honesty I just wanted to get out of Iowa for a weekend and I really wanted to see Green Velvet play. The real gift was going to see him on his home turf, getting to experience Chicago house music the way it was intended. It was my first time going to the Concord Music Hall, but rest assured it won’t be my last time. The venue was beautiful, spacious, or at least that what I thought until the house was packed with bodies ready groove. I’m not sure who the opening act was but he did his thing, he got the people moving and ready for the party to really start. Solardo took the stage next, and boy was that a treat. I really enjoy a lot of their productions and can say that they are on their way to being some real superstars in the electronic world. They hit you with banger after banger without overstepping the headliner, the sound was crisp and clear, they were creative and took you on a nice lil roller coaster. I really enjoyed their set, I can’t wait to see what productions they will release in 2019. The man of the night needed no introduction, the green mohawk, the countless classics and remixes, when the lights turned green we all knew what time it was. Green velvet lit it up! That was amazing, it was more than I thought it could be, and it was truly inspiring. Had work pays off and when you talk about working hard you definitely put Green Velvet in that category. Reaching that status as a producer/DJ is more than a dream, it’s now a goal. That goal only takes time and dedication, i’m ready for 2019.

  1. News Today – Solardo
  2. It’s Time For The Perculator – Cashmere Cat
  3. Wake Up In The Sky (BPM Supreme Tech House Remix) – Gucci Mane, Bruno Mars & Kodak Black
  4. Nakey – Westend ft. Blak Trash
  5. Okay Obey – MKJAY, Sterium

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This past weekend I was a busy busy man, only two events but lots of prep to be done. On Friday night I was back in Sioux City at The Firehouse, I really have been blessed with the opportunity, and i’m glad they love my style there. On Top of that I had Sheldon’s Adult Prom on Saturday to wrap up my weekend of gigs. Both events were a blast, I had fun interacting with the crowds and learning a thing or two in the process.

Friday Night I made my way down to Sioux City to spin at The Firehouse. I always look forward to playing here, the staff is always friendly and whether the place is packed or not, the crowd is always eager to get their groove on. As the DJ you know you can expect to play the hottest tracks available on the charts, but that get’s old so I dug a little deeper into my crate of tunes to switch it up a bit. I wanted to play popular tracks and keep the dance floor rocking, that’s always the #1 goal, I just wanted to go back to the songs we had forgotten after not hearing them on the radio as much. Now, I didn’t want to go too far back, the audience’s age group has begun shift and the requests are only going back but so far. So to prepare for this night I looked up the Top hits from 2000 on, eliminated all of the tracks i’m used to playing from this era, and see what songs were left over. I knew I couldn’t just take all of my top tracks out of rotation, but substituting songs when I didn’t have any requests made it more challenging for myself and kept it fresh. I never want people to come see me play and just know my playlist.

Saturday Night I wasn’t too far from my house, I played at the Sheldon Event Center for Sheldon’s 2nd Annual Adult Prom. Over 150 people bought tickets to the event, and all the money raised went to Shop With A Cop Sheldon. I had a blast playing tunes for the home crowd, my biggest task of the evening was bridging the age gap to keep everyone happy and dancing. We had graduates from the 70’s- 2015, a great variety of people, this was great for it only being the 2nd year. Throughout the night I played hits from Bob Seger, Michael Jackson, Usher, Salt n Peppa, and countless others. We partied hard from 8- midnight, with people dancing, drinking, and taking photos in the photo booth; all for a good cause. I can’t wait for the next one, hopefully this will continue to grow and many different organizations can benefit from a night of dancing.

  1. Tipsy – J-Kwon 
  2. Tubthumping – Chumbawamba 
  3. You – Lloyd Ft. Lil Wayne 
  4. Never Leave You – Lumidee 
  5. Booty – Blac Youngsta 

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This past weekend I had two high school events, the radio show, and a little bit of rest and relaxation. Winter is here and the gigs are spreading out a bit, this is the time where I need to kick it into gear and make the best of what i’m learning to bring to the table next season.

Friday I made my way up to Luverne for my first of hopefully many gigs, it was the winter formal for the high school and those kids came to party. I played a lot of throwbacks per request, and some that I had never heard before they were requested. One thing was for certain Mo Bamba was requested at least 20 different times throughout the evening. Now, i’m all about playing the #1 song for high school and college aged listeners, but when that said song causes over 100 students to blare out some obscene language in front of chaperones and your principal; you better believe this song is now banned in all school events. It’s a real bummer too, I know anthems are what make dances so much fun, but in this case trying to keep the balance of good tunes and happy parents has been most difficult.

Saturday night I made my way to Sioux Center for their winter formal. This was the third year the I have done this event for them and I was looking forward to partying the night away. Due to the recent backlash from playing Mo Bamba, that was one the DNP list. Otherwise we had an awesome time celebrating the wintertime. I had a couple of kids that requested more than one Flo Rida song, and Pitbull throughout the night. It’s always cool to see the kids requesting danceable tunes, and not just wanting to hear the latest low frequency track with some catchy lyrics attached to it. The student council that put together the event gave away some pretty cool prizes and gift cards periodically that night, I think the attendees have more fun when there is a chance to win something before Christmas Break.

Sunday was an R&R kind of day, I watched football and played some video games. Having all your work done deserves a little break, now its time to get to working on next week’s radio show and productions.

  1. Freaks – Timmy Trumpet
  2. Early Daze – Andy Rivera 
  3. Give It – Wheats 
  4. Underground Feeling (Luis Martinez Remix) – 2 Tall Keith & Noel Sanger
  5. Way Out – Jiggler 

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This past week has been an exciting yet sleep depriving adventure. I had a mid week show down at the 415 in Omaha, and I played the NWC winter formal. On top of that, I finally uploaded an original mix to Soundcloud. Things are looking up, just have to stay focused and keep on working.

Wednesday Night I made my way down to Omaha to play the second of a 4 part music series called back to school at the 415. On the bill we had Scott Lara, Moeglie, Quibert, and myself. I opened the night with some tech house, I had some new tracks I wanted to test out. The set went well, I recorded it and had it on the radio show; along with a guest mix from DJ Furious. The night went well, Not as many people there as I would have liked, but very intimate. Those that were there grooved with us all night. Scott played some psychedelic trance, Quibert played the same, and Moeglie played some DNB.

Saturday morning I woke up to icy roads and snow falling, I was scheduled to play NWC Winter Formal and it was not looking good. The formal wasn’t to start until 9:00, and it was on campus which was very convenient for the students, but with the weather I decided to leave early. It was an adventure going 40 mph on the highway with blizzard like conditions, after about 40 mins I made it to Orange City. I hung out with an old college friend and his family for the day until sound check at 830. 9pm came and the students started to pour in the room, I hit them hard right away with some hip hop. I knew I was going to have to play a number of Drake tracks, so why not start off the dance with one. throughout the night I transitioned between today’s hits and of course some classics. It was a great winter formal, Northwestern threw down I can’t wait to come back next year.

As many of my friends and family know, I’ve been taking some lessons in music production. My goal is to have an hour’s worth of originals within the next five years. It has taken almost 6 months, but I can finally say I have my own music out there on the inter webs.I can’t thank my mentor @DJCova enough for walking me through the process. Now I have to continue on, this just made me realize that it is possible to obtain my goal. I hope to use this momentum to help me complete another track before the new year.

  1. Warrior Wall – Wheats 
  2. Hornblower – Arnold & Lane 
  3. Say Something – Josh Butler 
  4. Brooklyn – Ostertag, L.E.A.
  5. Breakfast – PENZT feat. Born I Music 

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This past weekend was one of rest, relaxation, and gratitude. It was Thanksgiving on Thursday, I had dinner with some friends who are more like family, and then I made my way down to Des Moines for the rest of the week. Of course there was some Christmas shopping, and some left overs from the big feast. There was some TV watching, and some music work. This weekend was a time to enjoy the fact that after 9 years, I still have a successful DJ company, I have started to invest in bettering my skills, I’ve been in a healthy relationship for over a year, and life is good. I don’t know what tomorrow will bring, but i’m ready for it with a smile on my face. As long as the music flows and my heart keeps thumping, I know that things will be alright.

After a meal on Thanksgiving that included: Turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, green bean casserole, cranberry sauce, and lots of laughs I can say that I have a ton to be thankful for. Yeah I already said the obvious things like the DJ company and relationship, but even just learning patience, or procrastinating less, or exercising; these things are what I am grateful for. 2018 is almost over and if you don’t reflect how can you grow? How can you expect to change if you don’t look at the man in the mirror and admit to things that need to change, and make a solid plan to do so? These are the things I reflect on during Thanksgiving time. As I go into the next week, I take the things that I have reflected on, and keep them in the front of my mind. Change doesn’t require a specific date, just a little work everyday.

  1. All About House – Mr. Chuck 
  2. World In Action – Camelphat, Mat. Joe 
  3. Mas Que Nada – Styline & Raul Mendes
  4. Feel The Rhythm – Styline 
  5. Devotion ( Carbon Copy Remix) – Nomad 

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It was another awesome weekend for me in the DJ realm. I had a show down in Sioux City at the Firehouse on Saturday, I had my first east coast guest mixer on the radio show, and I worked on some new music. Overall quite the busy and productive week, time to keep it up heading into the Thanksgiving holiday.

I’m happy to say that the radio show has been going on for almost 3 years, with that comes some guest mixes to give other DJ’s exposure in the area. I’ve had a plenty of mixers from Omaha and Iowa, some guest mixers have been on numerous times over the years. This week I had my first guest mix from a DJ close to my hometown. AJ Funk a native of New Jersey, sent in some heat for the show, hopefully we can get him back on the show soon. This was a huge accomplishment for me, just to have someone from my side of the states appear on the show, give that east coast flavor, just let’s me know that connections can be made from wherever you are. I’m originally from NYC so I know the competition is fierce, so having AJ accept an invitation for the guest mix just goes to sow that i’m improving as a DJ, as a host. On top of having AJ on the show, Vinculum sent in a mix from Germany. He’s been on the show a few times over the years, this time I was sent an all originals mix. It’s great listening to other producers, and getting some inspiration from their work. Vinculum has always had some solid material, his dedication to his craft has proven this time after time.

Saturday night I had a gig down at the Firehouse in Sioux City, IA. It was a cold one and I hoped that would be the catalyst for a packed house. I had some songs already picked for the evening, and I was ready to party with the crowd. I played some of today’s hits like: Drake, Quavo, and Cardi B. I also got some requests for a couple classics like: Yeah!, get low, sake that monkey, and party up. Some DJ’s hate getting requests, I am not one of those DJ’s. Yes, it can get annoying when someone wants to hear a song that is going to kill the mood, or just wants you to be their personal jukebox for the night. Yet, at the same time if you’ve played everything you thought would get the crowd going and it doesn’t work, sometimes a good suggestion or two can get your brain going in the right direction. The night ended up great, we had a decent crowd of people throughout the night, and I got asked to come back on Wednesday to prep for the holiday cheer.

for about 6 months now I have been taking some classes to help out with my production skills, actually get them started. I feel like the classes have helped a lot, I have now made a few tracks and I can honestly say that i’m ready to dive in deeper. I know that professional quality and label deals take time, and I want to be fully ready when I start down that path. My goal is to have 1 hour of original studio/record label ready music by 35. I think that will happen within the next year and a half, that doesn’t mean i’m rushing the process, it just means that i’ve come a ways from nothing. My new goal is to produce a track that is ready for mastering every 2 weeks, this means working in my DAW for at least 2 hours a day. This is doable, there are 24 hours in a day, 8 for sleeping and 8 for working. I can make time to better myself everyday. I want to start a new habit, one that is contributing to growth and not destruction. I look forward to re reading these posts in the future, just to see how far I have come from the starting line.

  1. Ric Flair Drip – Offset & Metro Boomin
  2. Topanga – Trippie Redd
  3. Child’s Play – Drake 
  4. Take It (Jay Robinson Remix) – Dom Dolla 
  5. Time (Brent Kilner & Tom Bull Bootleg) – Chase & Status Ft. Delilah

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I know it’s a day late and i’m usually on top of it, but I was on a weekend vacation and being on the road all day yesterday I just came home and crashed. A couple of buddies and I decided to rent a cabin in evergreen, Colorado just to get out of Northwest Iowa. We all worked on Friday and I had to DJ a charity event on Friday evening, so Saturday morning we left bright and early to head towards the mountains.

Friday night I played at North High School in Sioux City, IA for their annual Dance Marathon Event partnered up with ST. Luke Hospital. The students raise money for babies that are born pre mature with different ailments due to the early birth. At the dance marathon we play games, have fun activities, and of course dance to “stand” for the children who have survived and are currently going through the pain of doctor’s visits and treatments. It’s always great being a part of this, you get to hear the stories of the survivors, the appreciation the families have, and how much the students actually enjoy spending time with the families.

Saturday morning came and we had a 10 hour drive ahead of us, weather was cold but clear. There were four drivers, we all took turns behind the wheel and finally made it to our cabin on the top of a mountain. The place was awesome, and with snow starting to fall there was a peace the filled the air. We stopped by the supermarket, bought some food and braced ourselves for whatever the weather was planning for us. Though we didn’t get the chance to really explore due to the snow fall, I got quite a bit accomplished. Working on some music and prepping for the next week, all while enjoying the company of friends. This was the main goal of the trip anyways, we wanted to relax and get away. I can personally say that’s exactly what I did, and it was perfect. I was able to reevaluate how I pursue my goal of being a successful DJ, and how I can impact the scene. Now, i’m back to reality with more goals and ways for making them come true. Sometimes a weekend getaway is all you need to level up in life.

  1. Star 69 (Max Pavlov Remix) – Fatboy Slim 
  2. Tai Tai – MEMO 
  3. Porno – Super Dose 
  4. This MTRFKN House – Block & Crown 
  5. Afterhours – Lowdown, MKJAY

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As  we approach the colder weather, my schedule for weddings start to slow down a bit. This week I had a wedding on Friday and Saturday, but since Lee and I weren’t double booked, he took the Friday wedding and I took the Saturday one. This gave me the opportunity to relax and get prepared for Saturday’s reception. This also gave me the time I needed to work on some much needed homework. As I have announced before, I’m taking some production classes to further enhance my skills as a musician. It’s a slow process but in the end it will pay off. 

Saturday night I had the chance to celebrate with Ben and Ali Blair for their big day, the first day as man and wife. The reception took place at the Clay County Events Center. It’s been a few years since Lee or I have been here to DJ, as a matter of fact I remember when we used to rent out the event center for dances back in 2010 -2011. Guests started to arrive around 5 and I had the music going for the social hour. The wedding wasn’t expected until almost 6 when dinner was being served, so I had some time to play with my audience and figure out what was going to get the crowd ready to party. I play a little bit of country and modern pop to start things off, I saw some toe tapping and singing which was a good sign. I switched things up and went for some oldies 60’s and 70’s just to see the reaction, not much of a change so I figured that was a safe bet as well. After the arrival of the wedding party, dinner, and all the formal things that happen,  we start the dance. For the first hour I had all of the kids entertained while the parents socialized, I played baby shark, some Meghan Trainer, Justin Timberlake, and Justin Bieber. I also got some of the older couples up and dancing with a little John Denver, and country classics. I will say that’s the last time I had a full dance floor, people came on and off in spurts. The people were more into socializing with some tunes in the background. I have no problem with that, it sucks for me because I want to see people out there the whole night, but as long as the bride, groom, and guests are satisfied I have done my job perfectly. 

  1. La La land (Matt Sassari Remix) – Green Velvet 
  2. Vibrate – Botnek 
  3. Wiggle – Botnek 
  4. Rules – Penddit 
  5. Phone Call – Bleu Clair & Irsan & Devarra