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.
Periodically I’ll post some underground Hip-Hop. On a personal level, I don’t think enough of it is distributed. My dude Pacewon has been around for years along with Mr. Green. Not enough people talk about him or give underground artists enough credit. Here’s the latest from Pace Won featuring Mr. Green with “Can You Hear Me?”
P.S. – If any of our StreetHop.com readers wants more underground artists music and news please fire back and let us know!
When Caesar and I first discussed the idea of doing an Unsigned Hype section, what has now become StreetHype, I made it a point that I wanted to go above and beyond simply showcasing only rappers. I believe that Hip-Hop is a culture and more than just music. So while we will showcase rappers in the future, I wanted to start by putting the spotlight on a personal friend of mine who I think not only embodies the ideas behind both StreetHop and StreetHype, but who really deserves and needs it at this time in his life.
So with that, StreetHop.com’s first StreetHype is about James Wade aka The World Famous James Wade.