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Reflections of a DJ

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Welcome to the R.O.A.D. Podcast. The show that gives you unfiltered opinions from the eyes and ears of 4 seasoned DJ’s from the Las Vegas nightclub industry. DJ Crooked and DJ Neva come to us by way of New York; Manhattan and The Bronx respectively. Both relocated to Vegas in the early 2000’s to open, what was then, Light and Jet Nightclub. Crooked is known for his work horse mentality, and high energy DJ sets, but has never been one for the industry politics. While DJ Neva has earned his OG status due to his countless years of experience in the DJ game. In 2007, they brought a piece of home with them by founding KNYEW (acronym for “Keeping New York Every Where), a successful clothing brand, the first of its kind to be seen in Las Vegas. Similarly, both D-Miles and Jaime Da Great grew up in the LA. Jaime, while making a huge name for himself in the sneaker industry, has shifted his focus into becoming a full time DJ. D-Miles climbed the ranks by opening for the industry’s hottest DJ’s and making a name for himself in the process. This collective group of men are known for being some of the most honest and transparent people in the industry. It is that very integrity, mixed with their backgrounds in music, fashion and sneaker culture that brings a no nonsense perspective to every topic they address.

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Great guests.

The episodes where they have other djs on as guests are great. The one thing I could do without is Jaime. He interrupts the flow of the show all of the time with nonsense and bad attempts at being funny.

Update: just MUTE Jaime’s microphone.

Jaime kid super annoying. Episodes much better without him

Jaime kid super annoying. Episodes much better without him

Word up

I came across this via a Zimmie search and found this. It reminds me of listening to the Word Up show in the mid 90's where Warren and 5'8 would talk between songs. That's the highest complement I could give. Next time I get a sandwich from Lee's, I'm going to stop in and say hi.

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