DJ Evil Dee Makes A House Birthday Mix For Himself That All Can Celebrate (Mix)

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DJ Evil Dee had a birthday recently (May 24). The Bushwick, Brooklyn co-founder of Black Moon and Da Beatminerz celebrated in style. The veteran DJ/producer fired up the Technics 1200s, and pulled out some dance-friendly crates of records for his two-hour “Church” mix-show.

The “birthday edition” features the producer for The Roots, O.C., Bahamadia, and Eminem digging out some 1970s, 1980s and contemporary House music. Often called Disco, this groovy sound was what was being played in the New York City clubs, block parties, and the very park jams that helped define Hip-Hop. In this mix, there’s Jazz, Hip-Hop, R&B, Pop, and so much more. As expected, Evil blends it expertly.


Evil spins The Jacksons, Jill Scott, Kenny Dope, Hugh Masekela, CeCe Peniston, Idris Muhammad, and says, “If you’re new to this, we play joints that make you dance!

To quote the great Charles Wright, play this mix, “get on the floor, and do your thing, whatever it is.”

Visit DJ Evil Dee’s Mixcloud for plenty more shows.

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