DJ Mell Starr

‘R.O.A.D. Podcast’: DJ Mell Starr Describes the Exclusive DJ Scene in Harlem

DJ Mell Starr

On the latest installment of the R.O.A.D. Podcast, the crew was joined by guest co-host DJ Eddie Mcdonald to interview New York’s very own DJ Mell Starr. In the episode, the New York icon discussed Harlem’s exclusive DJ scene and culture.

Mell Starr also explained why uptown DJs like DJ Boogie Blind choose not to share Harlem club anthems with DJs outside of the community.

Watch an excerpt above and the full episode here.

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Watch DJ Mell Starr’s Routine for ‘5 Minutes of Funk’

DJ Mell Starr

DJ Mell Starr, a mixer on Las Vegas’ Power 88, has delivered a well-executed routine for Funkmaster Flex’s 5 Minutes of Funk segment on Hot 97. The Harlem-based turntablist and producer performed a clean, 10-minute set of classic hip-hop and breakbeats.

Starr, who also goes by “The Most Dangerous” and “No Head Phones in Harlem,” was a contestant on season two of the DJ reality show, Master of the Mix.

Watch Mell’s routine above.

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