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DJ Hotday

DJ Hotday

DJ Hotday


DJ Hotday was born into the hip hop infused environment of Queensbrid- ge (Queens, New York). At that time, competition was not just over The Bridge, but also down the street, in the building and even right next door. Although merely 1 square mile, Queen- sbridge has spawned many hip hop heavyweights including Marley Marl, Nas Mobb Deep and many others. Growing up, Hotday spent weekends in the summer at Queensbridge Park for the weekly DJ and MC battles. Read more on Last.fm
DJ Hotday was born into the hip hop infused environment of Queensbrid- ge (Queens, New York). At that time, competition was not just over The Bridge, but also down the street, in the building and even right next door. Although merely 1 square mile, Queen- sbridge has spawned many hip hop heavyweights including Marley Marl, Nas Mobb Deep and many others. Growing up, Hotday spent weekends in the summer at Queensbridge Park for the weekly DJ and MC battles.

It was there that he honed his craft while being mentored by the legend- ary Orr Brothers. At just 13 years old, Hotday burned up the 1s and 2s for the first time in front of almost 1,000 screaming fans. Amazed by the talent and dexterity of such a young person, the crowds enthusiastic applause cemented Hotdays career path. As the years passed, Hotday continued to move crowds in park jams and DJ contests.

Hotday was and continues to be firmly rooted in hip hop, but his undeniable talent extends well beyond that realm. While still just a teenager, Hotdays big break came when he produced the re- mix for New Editions Once in a Lifetime Groove. The innovative and progressive style of the remix caught the attention of many industry insider s and Hotday found himself in great demand. Hotday went all over the country touring with Eric B.

and Rakim to promote the now classic album, Let the Rhythm Hit Em.Having also prod- uced the original single Let the Rhyt- hm Hit Em, the tour provided Hotday with invaluable experience both creatively and business wise. With a national tour under his belt, Hotday returned to New York with even greater confidence. He did sets at some of New Yorks hottest clubsLatin Quarters, Nells, Roxy , Exit , the Tunnel and many others. Not content to just rest on past, accomplishments Hotdays genuine love of music and ever evolving tal- ent have kept him in the industry over all these years.Hotday has worked with a very impressive array of artists including Cormega, Capone-n-Noreaga, Akinyele and Tragedy.

Hotday has appeared on BETs Rap City numerous times, was the resident DJ for a short lived internet show hosted by Fab 5 - Freddy and has aided in the career development of countless new young artists. Continually in high demand, Hotday can frequently be found at venues all over the country. However, New York is still home and as usual; Hotday is rocking all the hottest clubs. He has a regularset on Saturdays at Reign in Brooklyn and is often invited to DJ at the renowned Joes Pub and Harlems Cherry Lounge.

Hotday can also be found dominating the world of mixtapes. Hotday has produced numerous r & b,hip hop and reggae mixtapes including exclusive mixtapes for BETs 106 and Park. Technology has further increased hip hops take over of the world and Hot day fully embraces those advancements. Catch Hotday on Sirius Satellite Radios Wax, channel 42.

Look out for some ill production from Hotday in the very near future. Alw- ays the innovator, Hotday is just about ready to share his latest concoction. Brace yourself and rememberexperience counts! Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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