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‘R.O.A.D. Podcast’: Inspiration vs Biting

‘R.O.A.D. Podcast’: Inspiration vs Biting

On this week’s episode of the R.O.A.D. Podcast, the crew spoke to Boogie Blind of the X-Ecutioners regarding the accusations made against Ted Smooth for stealing blends and remixes from other producers like Scram Jones, DJ Mell Starr, as well as Boogie Blind himself.

The Harlem native broke down the history of the “Love On Top X Keezo Kane Blend,” which was originally performed live by DJ Mell Starr at numerous parties and then released as a remix by Ted Smooth.

Watch an excerpt above and the full episode here.

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‘MikiDZ Podcast’: No Biting Allowed

This week on the MikiDZ Podcast, the fellas reflect on one of the cardinal rules of the game: don’t bite someone else’s style. They discuss the recent beef between New York DJs Scram Jones and Ted Smooth, Spryte‘s thoughts on booking rates, and the latest music industry news.

Watch the MikiDz Podcast above. It is also available on Apple Podcasts, Mixcloud, and Spotify.

The MikiDz Podcast is a talk-show that discusses news and topics in the DJ and nightlife industries. It is hosted by MikiWAR, DJ Dainjazone, and DJ Rell. The MikiDz Show, which is also hosted by Miki and Dainjazone, features live performances from the world’s most-skilled DJs.

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‘R.O.A.D. Podcast’: Scram Jones on the Value of Hip-Hop Beats Today

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Grammy-nominated producer/DJ/MC Scram Jones joined the R.O.A.D. Podcast this week. The New Rochelle native explained why most beats are considered disposable to rappers today.

Scram also shared his experience working with artists like 50 Cent, Diddy, Eminem, Jae Millz, Mariah Carey, Saigon, and more.

Watch an excerpt above and the full interview here.

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Listen to Scram Jones’ DJcity Podcast Mix

Scram Jones, a mixer on SiriusXM’s Shade 45, has served up an open-format mix for the DJcity Podcast. His set features 30 minutes of hip-hop, house, and more.

A veteran DJ, Jones has produced for artists like Wu-Tang Clan, Lloyd Banks, and Mariah Carey. He has also performed as a rapper alongside Nas, Saigon, Styles P, and more.



1. Soul II Soul – Back To Life (However Do You Want Me) – Lemi Vice & Action Jackson Remix
2. Leikeli47 – Miss Me
3. French Montana ft. Swae Lee – Unforgettable – Acapella
4. Kanye West ft. Syleena Johnson – All Falls Down – KidCutUp Unforgettable Bootleg
5. DJ Kool – Let Me Clear My Throat – Selecta Mi Gente Party Break
6. J Balvin & Willy William – Mi Gente – HH Main Mixshow
7. Vybz Kartel – Fever – Major Lazer Remix
8. Dirtcaps – Nuh Fight Ovah Man – Dirtcaps VIP Mix
9. J Hus ft. French Montana – Did You See Remix
10. Wizkid ft. Drake – Come Closer – Lemme Vice & Action Jackson Remix
11. Drake – Blem – Frandiego & Mozes Remix
12. Alesso – Move Like That – DJ Smerk 105-125 Transition
13. Drake ft. Giggs – KMT – DJ Valid Raven Bootleg
14. Gucci Mane ft. Drake – Both – Borlini Remix
15. Charlie Puth – Attention – Galwaro & Pavlo Remix
16. Mark B ft. Don Miguelo – Ya Yo Se
17. Simon Fava & Gregor Salto – Magalenha – Tall Boys Club Edit
18. Future – Mask Off – Marshmello Remix
19. Metro Boomin ft. Offset & Drake – No Complaints – Isaac Jordan Intro
20. Don Zio P – Dunk On Yo B#tch
21. King Combs – F#ck The Summer Up
22. Meek Mill ft. Quavo – Ball Player
23. Kendrick Lamar – Humble. – D-Tale Acap Intro Edit
24. 21 Savage – Bank Account – KidCutUp Acap Intro

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Watch Scram Jones’ Routine for Hot 97’s ‘5 Minutes of Funk’

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Scram Jones, a veteran DJ, producer, and rapper from New York, stopped by Hot 97 to perform a routine on Funkmaster Flex’s new “5 Minutes of Funk” segment.

Similar to Flex’s “Freestyle” series for rappers, “5 Minutes of Funk” gives DJs the opportunity to show off their skills. Previous guests include Statik Selektah and DJ Fatfingaz.

Scram began his scratch-heavy set with throwbacks, including a tone play of Kraftwerk’s “Trans-Europe Express.” Then, after dropping newer hip-hop tracks, Scram finished with a political statement, using DJ Primetyme’s edit of YG and Nipsey Hussle’s “FDT Part 2.”

Watch the video above.

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