Anderson .Paak

Watch: DJ GerryJoseph Flips JAY-Z’s ‘Public Service Announcement’

DJ GerryJoseph, a Chicago-based turntablist and music engineer, has dropped a routine for DJcityTV. In his performance, he blends JAY-Z‘s “Public Service Announcement” with Anderson .Paak‘s “Come Home.”

Inspired by his father, veteran DJ Danniboi, GerryJoseph started spinning vinyl at the age of eight. He performs at events around the city, mainly in the Wrigleyville neighborhood around the Cubs’ stadium.

Watch his routine above and download his “Come Home Blend” on DJcity.

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Related: Watch DJ Gerry Joseph’s ‘Bedroom Sessions’ Routine

Watch: deejay t-jr. Flips Anderson .Paak’s ‘Come Down Remix’

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Canadian turntablist deejay t-jr. has dropped a routine for DJcityTV. In it, she flips Anderson .Paak‘s “Come Down Remix” and Eric B. & Rakim’s “Know the Ledge.”

The Toronto native is a frequent competitor in the DJ battle circuit, including the DMC and IDA competitions. She was also a Red Bull Music 3Style IX Canada finalist.

Watch deejay t-jr.’s routine above.

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Related: Watch: Red Bull Music 3Style IX Canada Finalists

Watch: djlazyboy Flips Anderson .Paak’s ‘Come Down’ in Routine for Serato


djlazyboy, a veteran Bay Area turntablist, has released a short routine for Serato. The six-time DMC regional finalist applies his technical scratching style and body tricks to Anderson .Paak’s Malibu album single “Come Down.” djlazyboy closes his one-minute routine with creative wordplay using other funk and hip-hop hits.

Watch the video above.

Related: Listen to djlazyboy’s DJcity Podcast Mix

Skratch Bastid Gets Busy With Anderson .Paak’s ‘Come Down’

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It’s been a while since we’ve seen a routine from Skratch Bastid, but today the Canadian turntablist blessed us with a new video. Watch above to see him get busy with one of our favorite tracks from Anderson .Paak‘s Malibu album, “Come Down.” The Hi-Tek-produced song serves as the fourth single from the Grammy-nominated project.

Related: TJ Mizell and Skratch Bastid Pay Tribute to Jam Master Jay With New Routine