Watch General Mealz’ ‘Bedroom Sessions’ Routine

General Mealz, a DJ/producer based in Atlanta, has dropped a creative mix for DJcityTV’s Bedroom Sessions.

The 30-year-old Chicago native has shared the stage with artists such as Rick Ross, DMX, and YFN Lucci. He has performed across the USA and internationally, including appearances at festivals like SXSW, A3C, and more. He is also a member of the Amp’d Entertainment DJ collective.


1. General Mealz Intro
2. N.O.R.E. – Nothin’ – KidCutUp Core Bootleg – General Mealz Flip
3. Stevie Wonder – Sir Duke – Acapella – General Mealz Edit
4. The Federation feat. E-40 – Hyphy – KidCutUp Edit – General Mealz Flip
5. Sade – Sweetest Taboo – General Mealz Bedroom Edit
6. Nipsey Hussle – Question #1 – Acapella
7. SOB X RBE feat. Kendrick Lamar – Paramedic – General Mealz Edit
8. Herb Alpert – Rise
9. Notorious B.I.G. – Hypnotize – Acapella
10. Eva Simmons feat. Konshens – Policeman – General Mealz Flip
11. Serani – No Games – General Mealz Bedroom Edit
12. City Girls – Act Up – General Mealz Flip

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Phase Wireless DJ System Review

Music technology company MWM shocked the turntablism world when they announced the Phase wireless DJ system last year. However, the product had some hurdles to overcome upon launch.

On this week’s episode of Tips and Tricks, Mojaxx takes an in-depth look to see if the needle-replacing hardware lives up to the hype. Watch above.

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Watch: Ethan Leo Performs Innovative Routine for DJcityTV

Ethan Leo

Italian DJ and multi-instrumentalist, Ethan Leo, has performed an innovative routine for DJcityTV.

Ethan, who is known for fusing live instrumentation with DJing, starts the routine by looping two guitar tracks with the Headrush Looperboard. He then overlays a drum break from Torpedo Boyz‘s “Welcome to the Sugar Show” track, and creates a bass line and synthesizer solo using the Denon DJ SC5000. He finishes up the performance by scratching with DJ Brace‘s Nasty Cuts seven-inch.

Watch above.

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‘R.O.A.D. Podcast’: DJ Neva Talks Growing up During the Golden Age of Hip-Hop

On this week’s R.O.A.D. Podcast, the crew talks to their very own, DJ Neva. The New York native recalls growing up in the Bronx during the early park jam era and interacting with hip-hop icons, Kool DJ Red Alert and Lovebug Starski.

Neva also explains how he earned his first DJ residencies in New York City and why he relocated to Las Vegas to continue his career.

Watch an excerpt of this week’s interview above and the full episode here.

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Denon DJ Brings Streaming Music to Standalone DJ Hardware

Prime 4. (Source: Denon DJ)

With their latest firmware update, Denon DJ has brought streaming music to the Prime 4 standalone DJ system. The Prime 4 v1.4 firmware public beta enables internet access via either WiFi or a hardwired connection. Once connected, the controller is able to stream music from TIDAL.

Registered Prime series users and members of the v1.4 public beta will receive a free, 3-month TIDAL HiFi trial subscription.

While streaming is currently limited to the Prime 4, Denon DJ plans on bringing this feature to the SC5000 and SC5000M standalone media players in the near future.

Watch Mojaxx‘s first look below.

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Technics SL-1200MK7 Review

Technics surprised the DJ world earlier this year by announcing the latest update to their flagship turntable, the SL-1200MK7. Watch Mojaxx‘s review of the deck on this week’s episode of Tips and Tricks.

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DJ Fuze Flips Tracks From August 1999 and August 2019

REAL 92.3’s DJ Fuze has returned with a new episode of 20-Year View. On this edition, the Los Angeles native blends tracks that were popular in August 1999 and August 2019.

Hosted by DJcityTV, 20-Year-View features Fuze performing routines with new and classic tracks that were popular 20 years apart from each other.

Watch above, and catch Fuze in the afternoon Monday through Friday on The Cruz Show.


Lizzo – Truth Hurts
blink-182 – What’s My Age Again? – Acapella
Too $hort ft. T.W.D.Y. – Players Holiday
Whitney Houston – It’s Not Right But It’s Okay – Acapella

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Watch DJ Blaze’s ‘Bedroom Sessions’ Routine

DJ Blaze, Hong Kong’s 2016 Boom Battle DJ champion, throws down in a Bruce Lee inspired routine for DJcityTV’s Bedroom Sessions.

Blaze, who has opened up for acts like DJ Snake, Usher, and Lil Jon, began his career in Canada where he worked the club and party circuit in Ontario. In 2007, he followed his Chinese roots and made a move to Hong Kong where he is now based and continues rock parties across Asia.

The 39-year-old is working towards becoming the first DJ to represent Hong Kong in the Red Bull 3Style World Championship.


1. Lalo Schifrin – Theme from Enter the Dragon – DJ Blaze Edit
2. Cardi B – Bodak Yellow – Acapella
3. Outkast ft. Sleepy Brown – The Way You Move – Fear Of Dawn Remix
4. Reel 2 Reel – I like To Move It
5. Ludacris ft. Mystikal & I-20 – Move B#tch
6. Busta Rhymes – Light Your Ass on Fire
7. Wiley – Fireman
8. Ohio Players – Fire
9. Rae Sremmurd ft. Lil Jon – Set The Roof – 1DAFUL Remix
10. CRVFTSMEN & Ape Drums – Fire
11. Wiley, Stefflon Don, & Sean Paul ft. Idris Elba – Boasty – DJ Blaze Blend

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Jesse Dean Designs JDDX2R-SP Fader for Reloop SPIN Reviewed

Jesse Dean Designs has released a fader specifically designed for the Reloop SPIN portable turntable. The JDDX2R-SP is a contactless fader with a variety of customization options.

Watch Mojaxx‘s review of the JDDX2R-SP above.

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Pioneer DJ Announces DDJ-1000SRT Controller

Pioneer DJ DDJ-1000SRT

Pioneer DJ DDJ-1000SRT
Pioneer DJ DDJ-1000SRT (Source: Pioneer DJ)

Pioneer DJ has announced its latest Serato-enabled controller, the DDJ-1000SRT. The unit is based on the company’s club-standard CDJ and DJM mixer setup. The four-channel controller features full-sized jog wheels, 16 performance pads, two FX banks, DVS support, and more.

The DDJ-1000SRT unlocks Serato DJ Pro, and the first 5,000 units sold will also come with Serato DJ Suite. Suite includes Pitch ‘n Time, Serato Flip, Serato Video, and more.

Watch Mojaxx‘s first look below, as well as a performance from Buck Rogers.

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