Miles Medina

Watch: Miles Medina Performs Mini Mix for Serato

Miles Medina

Bay Area turntablist Miles Medina has delivered a creative mini mix for Serato. His party rocking skills are on display as he flips mostly hip-hop and funk with clever trick mixing.

A veteran of the West Coast DJ scene, Medina gained attention in 2017 as the Goldie Awards DJ Battle champion. In October, he stopped by the DJcity studio for an impressive performance on the MikiDz Show.

Watch Medina’s mix above.

Related: Watch Miles Medina’s ‘MikiDz Show’ Set

Watch Miles Medina’s ‘MikiDz Show’ Set

Miles Medina

Miles Medina

Eight years after his debut on DJcity’s MikiDz Show, Miles Medina made his return on Monday. The Bay Area native put down a creative, eclectic, and technical performance, reminding us why he’s the Goldie Awards DJ Battle champion.

During his mid-show interview with hosts MikiWAR and DJ Dainjazone, Medina spoke about the Goldie Awards, San Francisco scene, what he’s working on, and more.

Watch Medina’s set and interview below. You can also download the audio on iTunes.

Miles Medina with hosts DJ Dainjazone and MikiWAR
Miles Medina with hosts DJ Dainjazone and MikiWAR

Miles Medina with the audience
Miles Medina with the audience

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Miles Medina to Perform on ‘MikiDz Show’ Live Stream

Miles Medina

Miles Medina

Award-winning DJ Miles Medina will perform on DJcity’s MikiDz Show live stream on Monday, Oct. 22. It will be the Bay Area native’s second appearance on the show, the first being back in 2010.

Medina has built a reputation over the years as one of the most skilled and versatile DJs from the West Coast. He has won a number of local competitions, and in 2017, took the national spotlight when he won the DJ battle at A-Trak‘s Goldie Awards. A seasoned party rocker, Medina also stays busy performing at clubs around the US.

The MikiDz Show is hosted by MikiWAR and DJ Dainjazone and includes an opening set from DJ Rell. Watch it at 7 p.m. PT on DJcity’s Facebook page, YouTube channel, or website.

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San Francisco’s Miles Medina Drops DJcity Podcast Mix

Miles Medina

Miles Medina, a co-host and mixer on the Bay Area’s 99.7 NOW, has thrown down a turntablist-influenced set of hip-hop, dance, and more for the DJcity Podcast. His mix includes scratching, live blends, wordplay, and one of his own unreleased tracks.



1. Miles Medina – Intro
2. DJ Khaled ft. Beyonce & JAY Z – Shining
3. Chance The Rapper ft. Knox Fortune – All Night
4. Mr. Fingers – Mystery Of Love
5. Drake – Passionfruit
6. TroyBoi – And Wot?
7. Soulja Boy – Pretty Boy Swag – Acapella
8. Fatback Band – Backstrokin’
9. Dr. Dre ft. Hittman, Kurupt, & Ms. Roq – Let’s Get High
10. Major Lazer ft. Justin Bieber & MO – Cold Water
11. Calvin Harris ft. Frank Ocean & Migos – Slide
12. Kidd Spin – Dance & Clap Your Hands Tool
13. Freedom – Get Up And Dance
14. Earth, Wind & Fire – Devotion (Live)
15. Kendrick Lamar – Alright
16. Kanye West – Father Stretch My Hands Pt. 1
17. Hasse De Moor & GLD – Work – DJ Primetyme Club Edit
18. Masters At Work ft. Puppah Nas-T & Denise Belfon – Work – Acapella
19. Enur ft. Natasja vs Graves – Calabria vs Where We From – Medina Edit
20. Hardrive – Deep Inside
21. Trippy Turtle vs Valentino Khan – Southside Deep vs Deep Down Low – Benzi & Medina Edit
22. Kehlani – CRZY – Jayhood & Sliink Remix
23. Kehlani – CRZY
24. Miles Medina – Feelin All Good
25. OutKast ft. Killer Mike – The Whole World – Instrumental
26. Kid Cudi ft. Pharrell – Surfin
27. Foreigner – Cold As Ice
28. Lil Yachty ft. Quavo, Young Thug, & Skippa Da Flippa – Minnesota
29. Drake ft. Young Thug & 2 Chainz – Sacrifices
30. Drake ft. Quavo & Travis Scott – Portland

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Cutting Room x San Francisco: J. Espinosa, Miles Medina, Primo, Shortkut & Teeko

We couldn’t have a scratch series without San Francisco representing. After months of anticipation, DJcityTV is excited to release the San Francisco edition of our “Cutting Room” series.
Filmed at Mixsterious’ headquarters in San Francisco, this session features routines from some of “The City’s” dopest on the cut including J. Espinosa (Wild 94.9), Miles Medina (99.7 NOW!), Teeko (4OneFunk, Starship Connection, Mugpush), Shortkut (Invisibl Skratch Piklz, Beat Junkies, Triple Threat DJs), and Primo (Qbert Skratch University Valedictorian and winner of this year’s DJcity Podcast Contest).

Equipment used:
– Rane Sixty-Two Mixer
– Technics 1200 turntable
– Vestax Controller One turntable (designed by Ruckazoid, D-Styles, Mike Boo, Teeko, and DJ Woody)
– Native Instruments Z2 mixer
– Native Instruments Traktor Kontrol F1 controller
Watch the previous episode: Cutting Room x New Zealand