As you know, the fundraiser was last week. And we were able to raise $400 that night. Thanks to urn RSCG advertising agency's generous matching, we were able to actually donate $800 to help Japan. I just want to say thanks to DJ Lazor for helping and the Comedy School Dropouts for supplying the laughs.
Please come help support relief efforts in Japan. NYCelectro.com and the Comedy School Dropouts are teaming up to bring you a night of laughs, music, and dancing. The event will begin around 6:30pm and go until about 2am. The DJing will start around 10ish, after the comedy show. Its a free show, but with a Suggested Donation of $10. All funds will be going to the RedCross to directly benefit the "Japan Earthquake and Pacific Tsunami" relief efforts. More info after the click:
Its always cool when an expert interviews another expert in the same field. The video below is exactly that. Revolution and Qbert are both amazing DJs and this interview is very interesting. I like Qbert's outlook on life, its pretty inspirational. Check out the video below, and click through to watch DJ Jazzy Jeff's appearance. Jeff does his legendary transform scratch. Check it out after the jump...
DJ Qbert, Full Interview
This video is amazing. It has been floating around the internets for about a year or so now. It is a must watch! Hearing about how the 45 King (a legendary hip-hop producer) came up with this amazing song. Then hearing about how Jay-Z found the song and did it one take. Bam! Super hit! You gotta see this...
45 King Produces Jay Z (Hard Knock Life )
NYCelectro.com DJs are in full effect this weekend. Lazor, Shu-T, and me DJ Color TV will be rocking NYC to the bone. From Nevada Smiths to M1-5 to Solas, there are too many good shows to choose from. Click through to get the schedule and info.