As part of our ongoing StreetHype section, we’ve decided to showcase some up and coming DJ talents. DJs break the latest music, and have been responsible for setting trends in Hip-Hop since DJ Kool Herc fathered the style.
Up and coming female vinyl spinner DJ Moejo has been tuned into her music scene for almost ten years now. She has made a name for herself as a true school breakbeat DJ and her fans and supporters can attest she’s real behind the wheels of steel. DJ Moejo loves the music and she loves to vibe with the crowd’s energy. No matter is she’s got 10 of her closest friends on the dance floor or she’s got 1000 loyal music lovers attending a festival.
We caught up with her to introduce her to our readers.
Before DMX‘s show tonight at SOB’s, he swung by New Yorks Power 105 this morning and sat down with The Breakfast Club. Damn Earl.
Rick Ross is on the June/July cover of Vibe Magazines sexy issue. As part of the issue, Power 105.1′s Angela Yee brought in the Maybach militants for a discussion on giving back to the community, embarassing moments and rapper Pill. Interview after the jump.
Ok here’s a quick catch up. Wiz Khalifa released his “Black & Yellow” track, it blew up, Lil Wayne remixed it for “Green & Yellow,” and was interviewed by ESPN about it due to it’s SuperBowl significance. The problem seems to be that Wiz has taken up issue with the fact that throughout the whole interview, even though he was hinted at by both Weezy and the host, Wayne didn’t mention Wiz Khalifa’s name once.
And here is what Wiz Khalifa told HipHopDX.com:
“Nah, not at all. I don’t think it had anything to do with that,” said Wiz confidently. However, the DXnext alum did note that Wayne missed an opportunity in the interview that aired days before the Super Bowl to acknowledge a peer “I’ve seen the interview, I think it’s just the case of what a lot of older dudes do now…this is just me being real by saying this, they try to act like they don’t know who I am, or try to act like I don’t know what I’m doing,” Wiz stated. “Because when [ESPN] did the interview with [Lil] Wayne, he was [saying] that he heard the song from the [Pittsburgh] Steelers – he heard it ’cause it was my song, but he didn’t say that. He had an opportunity to step up and say that, and he didn’t.”
What do you guys think? Does Wiz have a point or is it nothing?
Well, we’ve taken a couple of days off over the holidays, kind of a hangover fueled hiatus honestly, but behind the scenes we’ve been pulling at those 2011 strings.
Rahim Kara for example has put together this insightful interview with Sam Sneed that we’re sure all of Sneed’s, as well as Death Row’s, fans will get a huge kick out of…