To celebrate a decade of pivotal radio shows, podcasts, live events, and interviews DJ Semtex has launched his own range of cases for phones and tablets to see us into 2020. They are available for all models in hard back, soft gel, or hybrid versions.
Prices start from £12.95 and are available to purchase now on Amazon.
Related Post: DJ Semtex Drops Debut Single ‘Move’ Feat. Afro B
There were a lot of impressive entries, so it wasn’t an easy decision. Shout out to all the DJs who took the time to submit a video.
Legendary award-winning DJ, broadcaster, and author DJ Semtex announces a DJ competition for his debut single “Move (Yeah Yeah Yeah)” featuring Afro B. Join the challenge for a chance to win a Hip Hop Raised Me Book, Hip Hop Raised Me Sweatshirt, and a brand new 13” MacBook Pro (128gb).
To enter, post a video on Instagram of yourself flipping Semtex’s “Move (Yeah Yeah Yeah)”. You must include the following hashtag in your post:
Entries are due by Saturday, April 27 at midnight GMT. DJcity will announce the winner on Sunday, April 28.
Doc Jnr (above) is the first official entry.
American record producer, DJ, and recognised personality DJ Khaled talks with UK’s DJ Semtex for an exclusive interview hosted by BBC Radio 1Xtra. The footage of the high-profile interview known as “Cloth Talk”, has now been released.
They go deep into Khaled’s beginnings as a DJ, Drake, his first time connecting with Jay Z, the Asahd effect and much, much more. They also talk about his new album “Grateful”, which features many recognised artists but the interview also reveals his desire to work with UK’s Giggs and Skepta.
Watch the 68-minute interview above.
Drake sat down with UK’s DJ Semtex for an exclusive one-on-one interview covering everything from his relationships with Kanye West and Jay Z, to his beef with Meek Mill, answering many of the questions left behind.
Drake also goes into detail on his Views album. Talking about how the smash hit “One Dance” came about and how communication broke down between Kanye and Jay Z. Listen to the whole extensive interview below.
Related: DJ Semtex Talks Music With Skepta
DJ Dubl sat down with DJ Semtex at Sony Music HQ in London to talk about his brand new book, “Hip Hop Raised Me”. They spoke about Semtex’s DJ career and whether he thinks he gets the credit he deserves and how and why the book came about and the similarities of releasing a book to releasing a music album with a record label.
Semtex also spoke about the relevance of detailing his challenging childhood and losing his right arm, which he talks about in great detail in the book. This interview is definitely one to watch if your are a hip hop head. Make sure you check out Semtex’s book “Hip Hop Raised Me”, which is out now.
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