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Four Color Zack Live at The Boo-Over Mix

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Four Color Zack performing at The Boo-Over in Los Angeles on October 27, 2019 (Source: Instagram)

Former Red Bull Music 3Style world champion, Four Color Zack, recently performed at The Boo-Over, which is the Halloween version of Los Angeles’ legendary day party, The Do-Over. His eclectic live set features Afrobeats, dancehall, hip-hop, R&B, and more.

The Do-Over was founded by Jamie Strong, Christopher Haycock, and Aloe Blacc, to showcase good music in a backyard-BBQ setting. The open-format party has become a Sunday afternoon institution in Los Angeles.

Stream Four Color Zack’s Boo-Over DJ set below.

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Related Post: Four Color Zack and DJ Scooter Debate Sync Feature on ‘R.O.A.D. Podcast’

Four Color Zack and DJ Scooter Debate Sync Feature on ‘R.O.A.D. Podcast’

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Four Color Zack at the Red Bull Music 3Style IX World Finals in Taipei, Taiwan on January 25, 2019. (Jasmine Chang / Red Bull)

Former Red Bull Music 3Style world champ Four Color Zack and veteran party rocker DJ Scooter debated the sync feature on this week’s episode of Reflections of a DJ a.k.a. ROAD Podcast. The argument was reignited by none other than Craze, who recently took to Twitter encouraging DJs to use the feature.

Both Zack and Scooter, who come from different generations, made valid points (Zack is pro-sync, and Scooter is anti-sync). The two also discussed topics like juggling their careers and family, “Instagram DJs,” and Lil Nas X‘s breakout hit, “Old Town Road.”

Watch an excerpt below and the full interview here.

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Related: Craze Talks Freestyling Sets on ‘R.O.A.D. Podcast’

Four Color Zack: The Politics of DJing in Las Vegas

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Four Color Zack at Holy Ship! 10.0 on Jan. 7, 2018. (Credit: Rukes)

Four Color Zack recently sat down for an interview with the Reflections of a DJ podcast (a.k.a. R.O.A.D. Podcast). The show is hosted by Las Vegas DJs Crooked, D-Miles, Jaime Da Great, and Neva.

Among the topics discussed were the politics of DJing in Vegas. A fan of the show, Zack told the hosts that he values their inside perspective of the Vegas club scene. The conversation that ensues covers what it’s really like DJing in Sin City as well as some of the dos and don’ts of holding down a residency.

Watch the clip and listen to the full interview below. New episodes of Reflections of a DJ go up on Wednesdays on iTunes and SoundCloud.

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2¢ (Craze and Four Color Zack) Drop ‘2¢ Part 4’

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2¢ performs at the Red Bull 3Style World Final in Kraków, Poland on Feb. 12, 2018. (Photo credit: Kin Marcin/Red Bull)

Along with performing at the Red Bull 3Style World Final on Sunday, 2¢ (Craze and Four Color Zack) dropped part four of their acclaimed self-titled mix series.

Like previous installments, part four features hip-hop and bass music intertwined with turntablism, and political and industry commentary.

“There’s a lot happening in the world,” the mix’s description on SoundCloud says. “Get involved in the conversation, repost and share.”

Listen or download below.

Related: Listen to Craze and Four Color Zack’s ‘2¢ Part 3’ Mix

Listen to Craze and Four Color Zack’s ‘2¢ Part 3’ Mix

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Craze and Four Color Zack at the 2016 Red Bull Thre3style World Finals in Santiago, Chile. (photo: Paulo Reyes)

2017 is upon us, and what better way to start off the year than with a new mix from Craze and Four Color Zack? Continuing their critique of modern DJ and American culture, the duo has returned with part three of their series. Like the previous installments, Craze and Zack’s latest statement features a variety of hip-hop and bass music weaved together with world-class turntablism and thought-provoking samples.

Stream the mix below.

Related: Listen to Craze and Four Color Zack’s ‘2¢ Part 2’ Mix

Craze & Four Color Zack Drop New EP, ‘Making Change’

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Craze and Four Color Zack, aka 2¢, have released their debut EP, Making Change. The project, which was premiered on Complex, contains three trap-influenced heaters and a dancehall-tinged track called “Siren Riddim.” Stream the EP below and download “Me & You” on DJcity.

Related: Watch Craze & Four Color Zack’s ‘Propaganda’ Routine

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