• Watch: 4KORNERS Shares How He Became the Toronto Raptors’ DJ

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    After sharing his playlist for the Toronto Raptors earlier this month, 4KORNERS has returned to explain how he became the team’s official DJ.

    4KORNERS, who was recently named DJcity’s Canada regional director, says he decided to tell his story because of how often he gets asked how he got the job. The veteran DJ/producer describes how it happened in an inspiring yet humorous video.

    He shared the following in the description on YouTube:

    “Everything that [led] up to me finally becoming the Raptors DJ took years of hard work, preparation and perseverance. And yeah, a little luck! But my point is, I made it happen. We can all make big things happen in our lives, as long as we’re willing to put in the work! 13 season later, and I’m still here!”

    Watch 4KORNERS’ video above.

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  • The Houston Rockets’ Official DJ Shares His Playlist for the NBA Playoffs

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    DJ T. Gray
    DJ T. Gray at Toyota Center in Houston.

    DJ T. Gray, a veteran DJ/producer from Texas, has been the official DJ for the Houston Rockets for the past four seasons. The team is set to take on the Golden State Warriors in the Western Conference Semifinals of the NBA Playoffs on Monday.

    T. Gray began working with the Rockets as their public address announcer in the 2000s. He also serves as the official DJ for the Houston Dynamo soccer team and as the music director at Country Rap Tunes Radio. As a producer, he has done remixes for Texas artists like Beyoncé, Pimp C, Chamillionaire, and Slim Thug.

    With game one of the Western Conference Semifinals upon us, we asked T. Gray to share his playlist of tracks for this year’s postseason. His list includes song requests from players as well as his own picks. We also asked him a couple questions about what it’s like DJing for the Rockets.

    Player Picks

    James Harden: Nipsey Hussle ft. Kendrick Lamar – Dedication
    Gerald Green: Fat Pat – Tops Drop
    Trevor Ariza: Drake ft. PartyNextDoor – Wednesday Night Interlude
    Rockets Mascot: BlocBoy JB – Shoot

    T. Gray’s Picks

    Huncho Jack, Travis Scott, & Quavo ft. Takeoff – Eye 2 Eye
    Nipsey Hussle – Grindin All My Life
    Meek Mill – Monster
    Prince – Let’s Go Crazy
    DJ Snake & Lil Jon – Turn Down For What
    UGK – Choppin’ Blades
    Gary Glitter – Rock and Roll, Pt. 2
    Yung Martez ft. DJ Xo – Never Forget
    Lil’ Flip ft. Young Buck & Bun B – Game Over (Flip) – Remix
    KC & The Sunshine Band – That’s The Way (I Like It)
    J. Cole – Motiv8
    J Balvin & Willy William – Mi Gente – Deville Remix
    Krajno – Saxoton
    Drake – Nice For What
    Migos – Stir Fry – Mr. Collipark Remix
    Usher ft. Lil Jon & Ludacris – Yeah!
    G-Eazy ft. A$AP Rocky & Cardi B – No Limit – DJ O Remix
    Missy Elliott ft. Ciara & Fatman Scoop – Lose Control
    Steve Aoki, Chris Lake & Tujamo – Boneless
    The Black Eyed Peas – I Gotta Feeling – Kees Sjansen Moombahton Remix
    Smash Mouth – All Star
    Travis Scott ft. Kanye West & Lil Uzi Vert – Watch
    The Jacksons – Can You Feel It

    DJ T. Gray

    Which player has the best taste in music?

    James Harden is really the DJ as far as what the players want to hear. Being from L.A., he’s got a lot of love for their local hip-hop scene. Whether it’s the latest release from Nipsey Hussle, a mixtape cut from Bino Rideux or a DJ Mustard banger, we’ve created this bridge from Houston to L.A., and I love it. Most of the songs he wants to hear are not clean, so I spend a great deal of time making my own clean edits. Team player over here!

    What song gets the players most hype?

    BlocBoy JB’s “Shoot” is king right now. Viral videos of Harden dancing to it during warm-ups have helped the song grow with fans, and when it’s played, the energy in the Toyota Center rises to playoff level.

    Follow DJ T. Gray on Instagram, Mixcloud, Twitter.

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  • The Toronto Raptors’ Official DJ Shares His Playlist for the NBA Playoffs

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    4KORNERS

    4KORNERS, a veteran DJ/producer from Canada, has served as the official DJ for the Toronto Raptors for 13 seasons. The team is currently battling it out against the Cleveland Cavaliers in the Eastern Conference Semifinals of the NBA Playoffs.

    The Toronto native does more than DJ for one of the league’s best franchises, though. 4KORNERS also produces music and holds residencies at clubs in global cities like London, Tokyo, Shanghai, and Dubai. His tracks have received support from heavyweights like Diplo, Skrillex, and DJ Snake.

    With game three going down tonight, we asked 4KORNERS which tracks he’s been playing during this year’s playoff season. His list includes song requests from players and his own picks. We also asked him a couple questions about what it’s like DJing for the Raptors.

    Player Picks

    DeMar DeRozan: Nipsey Hussle ft. YG – Last Time That I Checc’d
    Kyle Lowry: BlocBoy JB ft. Drake – Look Alive
    Fred Van Vleet: Drake – Free Smoke
    Norman Powell: Drake ft. Quavo & Travis Scott – Portland
    Raptors mascot: Was (Not Was) – Walk The Dinosaur

    4KORNERS’ Picks

    Peter Jackson ft. Karl Wolf – North Over Everything
    Drake – Nice For What
    Rascalz – Northern Touch
    Kardinal Offishall ft. Ray Robinson – Everyday Rudebwoy
    Guns N’ Roses – Welcome To The Jungle
    Young Jeezy ft. Kanye West – Put On
    T.I. – Bring Em Out
    Kanye West ft. Rihanna – All Of The Lights
    Eminem – Lose Yourself
    Queen – We Will Rock You
    Icona Pop ft. Charlie XCX – I Love It
    Jack U ft. Bunji Garlin – Jungle Bae
    Machel Montano – Like Ah Boss
    Pengz & TwoTwo – Griselda Blanco
    Puff Daddy & The Family ft. The Notorious B.I.G. & Busta Rhymes – Victory
    Showtek, We Are Loud, & Sonny Wilson – Booyah
    Pressa ft. Tory Lanez – Canada Goose
    Metallica – Enter Sandman
    LMFAO ft. Lil Jon – Shots – Raptors Edit
    Michael Jackson – Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough
    Outkast – Hey Ya!
    Jazz Cartier ft. KTOE – Right Now
    Naughty By Nature – Hip Hop Hooray
    Macklemore & Ryan Lewis ft. Ray Dalton – Can’t Hold Us
    Blur – Song 2

    4KORNERS

    What song gets the players most hype?

    That’s hard to say, man. At critical points in games, we get all cinematic and play something like Jorge Quintero’s “300 Violin Orchestra” which definitely gets them and the crowd going on some epic vibes. But then again, in Toronto, you can never go wrong with some Drizzy Drake. Tracks like “Right Above It,” “Trophies,” “Jumpman,” and “Energy” are always the right choice!

    Which player has the best taste in music?

    Kyle Lowry hands down! He gets up to all the new stuff but definitely loves his old school too. He’s the one that will be dancing or singing on court to anything from the newest Drake record to some old Rick James.

    What’s the strangest request that you’ve received from a player?

    Serge Ibaka once requested that I play some really smooth, mellow French afrobeats songs while he warmed up early before the rest of the guys came out. I thought it was strange because the musical vibes were so chill, almost sexy. The kind of music you might want to hear at a trendy high-end restaurant in Paris on date night. It’s not at all the type of vibe to get hype to before a basketball game. But, he went on to have a monster game, so what the heck do I know? Haha!

    Does Drake vibe out to his own music at the games?

    Yes! Particularly when I play unique remixes of his tracks such as Grandtheft‘s “0 to 100” remix, DJ Flex’s “Controlla” remix, and Tuner S’ “One Dance” remix. A lot of the time me playing them is the first time he hears some of these DJ-made remixes and edits.

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  • Meet DJ Severe, the Official DJ for the Dodgers

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    DJ Severe at Dogers Stadium in Los Angeles. (Photo source: Instagram)

    Los Angeles’ DJ Severe is proof that hard work and persistence pays off. In 2009, the veteran party rocker began DJing at the Dugout Club at Dodger Stadium. Eventually, he worked his way up to being the team’s in-game DJ. Now, eight years later, Severe is energizing the Dodgers and their fans as they battle the Houston Astros in the World Series. He also serves as the official DJ for the Ontario Reign hockey team.

    We spoke with Severe about his job and asked him to share his World Series playlist with us.

    How did you become the Dodgers’ DJ?

    In 2009, a friend of mine who managed the Dugout Club at Dodger Stadium brought me in to spin during the playoffs. Other venues had heard of me and wanted to use me instead of the DJ they had been using who was becoming a pre-Madonna. At the time the DJ was allowed one parking space, but he wanted two and a raise. I made it happen with one parking space and a trailer for four setups and four DJs. Eventually, this led to me working with the Dodgers at premiere events. Soon after, I was spinning at the Dodgers Christmas party and an individual who later became my boss asked me to email him the typical DJ airhorn sound. When I shot him the email, I asked if there were any openings. He said: “As a matter of fact, we’re looking for a DJ for all the home games. Are you interested?” I said “no doubt.” I interviewed and beat out all the other applicants because I was familiar with the Dodgers fans, having spun at all the events from the Dugout Club to the upper deck. And I was a real DJ, not just someone who plays music. They wanted a non-stadium sound, and eight years later I’m still here and in the World Series.

    How does DJing at a sporting event differ from DJing at a club or bar?

    The biggest difference is knowing your sport and your freedoms from management. You need to know how to walk the line safely and slowly work your sound in. All your music content has to be squeaky clean and fit the flow of the game. There’s probably just as many requests, but they’re based on the weather and what people think are the most simplistic tracks as possible. When the team sucks, you can’t always keep the energy or heads nodding. I believe you need intelligible lyrics, horns, and a bottom beat that forces you to nod no matter what type of music it is.

    Do you change your approach during the playoffs?

    Only to freshen things up with new tracks. I try to not overuse songs from artists like Bruno Mars. Sometimes I have 10 games in a row so it can get pretty repetitive if I’m not careful. But if it works, it works.

    What are some of your go-to tracks?

    This year they’ve been Kendrick Lamar‘s “Humble.” and “DNA“, DJ Khaled, Rihanna, and Bryson Tiller‘s “Wild Thoughts,” all the Calvin Harris tracks (“Feels” is my favorite track of the year), and a few hidden tracks like Big Daddy’sBooty Sweat,” Roulsen’s “Rumble,” and Timmy Trumpet and Savage‘s “Freaks.” Also West Coast hip-hop and ’90s tracks.

    Do you get requests from players?

    All the time. I’m pretty hands-on as opposed to DJs from the past who had no contact with the players. I know them all and spend two days in the spring chopping it up with them about music. They make their own selections, but they ask for my opinion.

    What’s your process for adding new tracks to your playlist?

    I look for tracks that thump and have good house energy, not the fist-pumping songs that take too long to rise. Also, tracks that aren’t too in-your-face, something with a nice beat and horns.

    What is the toughest part about being a DJ for a professional sports team?

    Knowing your audience and what will work without making it about you and your favorite music or what’s hot. Most tracks don’t work in sports, especially baseball. It’s a super sensitive sport with a lot of tradition.

    Severe’s World Series playlist

    2Pac ft. Dr. Dre & Roger Troutman – California Love
    50 Cent – If I Can’t
    50 Cent – In Da Club
    A Tribe Called Quest – Bonita Applebum
    A Tribe Called Quest – 1nce Again
    Ape Drums ft. Dougie F – Go Crazy
    Beatnuts ft. Big Punisher & Cuban Link – Off The Books
    Big Daddy’s – Booty Sweat
    Bingo Players – No. 1 Disco
    Calvin Harris ft. Pharrell Williams, Katy Perry, & Big Sean – Feels
    Dr. Dre ft. Snoop Dogg, Kurupt, & Nate Dogg – The Next Episode
    Deorro ft. Elvis Crespo – Bailar
    Fitz and The Tantrums – HandClap
    Jason Derulo – Get Ugly
    Kendrick Lamar – DNA
    Kendrick Lamar – ELEMENT.
    Kendrick Lamar – Humble.
    Nas – Made You Look
    Calvin Harris ft. Ne-Yo – Let’s Go
    Party Favor ft. Keno – Wiggle Wop
    Skee-Lo – I Wish
    Steve Aoki, Chris Lake, & Tujamo – Boneless
    The Notorious B.I.G. – Going Back To Cali
    The Notorious B.I.G. – Who Shot Ya?
    The Pharcyde – Passin’ Me By
    The Pharcyde – Runnin’
    Timmy Trumpet ft. Savage – Freaks
    Tinie Tempah ft. Zara Larsson – Girls Like
    Ummet Oscan – Raise Your Hands Up
    Vince Staples ft. Juicy J – Big Fish
    Volume 10 – Pistol Grip Pump

    #Ballout AF @dodgers #kershaw

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  • Meet the Official DJ for the Olympic Beach Volleyball Tournament

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    DJ Roueche
    DJ Roueche at the Olympic beach volleyball venue in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (credit: DJ Roueche)

    The beach volleyball tournament has been one of the most lively and exciting events at this year’s Olympics in Rio. To help get the party started, the Olympics has called on Jeremy Roueche, aka DJ Roueche, the official DJ for the Los Angeles Lakers and UCLA Men’s Basketball Team. A 17-year veteran, Roueche has also served as the official DJ for the AVP Pro Beach Volleyball Tour for the last eight years. NBC recently spoke with him about what it’s been like DJing at the Olympics and how he approaches his sets.

    Becoming the official DJ for the Olympic beach volleyball tournament:
    “I worked the 2011 Arab Games with Christy Nicolay, who is the Executive Producer – Sports Presentation and Victory Ceremonies for the Rio 2016 Organizing Committee for Olympic and Paralympic Games. When she reached out to me about DJing in Rio for the Olympics, I didn’t hesitate to respond with a ‘yes.'”

    Reading the crowd:
    “I feel that gauging the crowd is my number one job as a DJ. I can read when the crowd needs more energy and also when they need a little bit of a break. The flow of the match can determine what I play as well. When the score is 1-1, I’m not going to play as high energy of music as I would when the score is 20-19.”

    Customizing his playlists for each match:
    “I’m definitely trying to give each country’s fans a little taste of home. I’m also trying to add a little Brazilian flavor as much as possible to give everyone the feeling of where these Games are taking place.”

    Songs that are fan favorites:
    “They always chant along to ‘Seven Nation Army‘ by the White Stripes and sing to ‘Barbra Streisand‘ by Duck Sauce. But my favorite song they’ve responded to so far, which I wasn’t anticipating, is ‘Sound Bang‘ by Major Lazer. The drums are so contagious in the song that even the people next to me in the DJ booth have to clap along.”

    DJing at the Olympics versus at domestic matches:
    “The Olympics is a much different animal on it’s own regardless of sport. But the biggest difference in DJing an international event versus a domestic event is domestically you don’t have a ‘home and away’ team. The fans generally like both teams on the court, so they’re not cheering for one team over the other. Internationally, you could have the whole crowd cheering for one team. At the Olympics, the fans are so much more invested in their team that when their team loses, they feel the pain a lot more than they would at a domestic event.”

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    Favorite moment of the Olympics so far:
    “Seeing my friends from the AVP perform on the biggest stage and hearing that Mike Tirico said ‘the MVP might be the DJ’ referring to me and Tobias live on NBC has been special, but so far the Samoilovs/Smedins (LAT) vs. Schalk/Saxton (CAN) match still gives me goosebumps just thinking about it. It was the last match of the day, I was tired, I had been awake for 18 hours at that point and we didn’t have any Brazilian teams during this night session, so I was worried about the crowd leaving before the match ended. The match turned out to be amazing and the crowd was totally into it. I felt connected to the match, the crowd and everyone on my team putting on the show behind the scenes. Every time the announcers asked the crowd to participate, they did, every song I played, the crowd raged, and Latvia and Canada put on a show with Latvia coming out on top in a third set thriller.”

    Top 10 songs that he knows will get the party started:
    “It Takes Two” by Rob Base and DJ E-Z Rock
    “Hypnotize” by The Notorious B.I.G.
    “I Wanna Dance With Somebody” by Whitney Houston
    “Pursuit of Happiness” (Steve Aoki Remix) by Kid Cudi
    Uptown Funk” by Mark Ronson featuring Bruno Mars
    “Apache” by The Sugar Hill Gang
    “You Shook Me All Night Long” by AC-DC
    “Shut Up and Dance” by Walk the Moon
    Anything by Michael Jackson
    Any hit by Prince

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  • Watch DJ Vice and NBA Player Nick Young, aka Swaggy P, Go on a Taco Run

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    DJ/producer Vice is back with a new episode of Electric Taco, this time featuring Los Angeles Lakers player Nick Young, aka Swaggy P. Watch above as they cruise around Los Angeles and grab a bite at Te Amo Tacos in the Van Nuys neighborhood.

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  • The Golden State Warriors’ Official DJ Shares His Playlist for the NBA Playoffs

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    DJ D-Sharp
    DJ D-Sharp at the NBA Western Conference Finals at Oracle Arena in Oakland, California. (106 KMEL)

    The Golden State Warriors are set to play game five of the NBA Western Conference Finals in Oakland, California tonight, which means the team’s official DJ D-Sharp will be providing the soundtrack.

    A native of Oaktown, Sharp has been a staple in the Bay Area hip-hop scene since the ’90s, where he started off working with local legends Blackalicious and Lyrics Born. He has toured with Lauryn Hill and Kelly Rowland and shared stages with the likes of Jay Z, Kanye West, and Snoop Dogg.

    These days, Sharp stays busy performing at Warriors’ home games, rocking clubs, and producing music. We spoke with him just hours before the game tonight to find out which tracks he’s been playing during this year’s playoff season. The list includes song requests from players, his own picks, and crowd favorites.

    Player requests

    Steph Curry: Anything by Lecrae, D.R.A.M. – Cha Cha
    Klay Thompson: Young Thug ft. Yo Gotti – Pull Up On A Kid
    Andre Iguodala: Kendrick Lamar – King Kunta
    Harrison Barnes: Anything by Yo Gotti
    Draymond Green: Drake – Summer Sixteen

    What is the strangest request you’ve ever received?

    When Drake’s “0 to 100” was hot, I played it so much that I thought Curry and the guys got tired of it so I laid off on it for a second. The assistant coach Jason Collins came up to me and asked, “Hey, why you don’t play ‘Steph Curry with the shot’ anymore?” I was like, “I thought you guys got tired of that,” and he said, “Oh nah, keep playing that.” [laughs] It hella through me off guard!

    Which player has the most diverse musical taste?

    He doesn’t play for us anymore, but David Lee had the most diverse musical taste that I knew of. He dug everything from Swedish House Mafia to Gucci Mane. He even would look up when I would play old soul and give me a nod like he was feeling it.

    D-Sharp’s picks and crowd favorites

    A Tribe Called Quest – Award Tour
    A$AP Ferg ft. Future – New Level – Warriors Edit
    Alvaro & Mercer ft. Lil Jon – Welcome To The Jungle – Bay Area Version
    DJ D-Sharp ft. Tree Thomas – 73
    DJ Kool – Let Me Cut My Throat – Cutso Remix
    Desiigner ft. Kanye West – Panda – Ronaissance Pt. 2 Remix
    Drake & Future – Jumpman
    E-40 – Choices (Yup) – DJ D-Sharp Warriors Arena Remix
    Johnny Cash – Ring of Fire vs Team Canada – DJ AM Edit
    Just Blaze & Baauer – Higher
    Mac Dre – Feeling Myself
    Major Lazer ft. Busy Signal, The Flexican, & FS Green – Watch Out For This (Bumaye)
    Montel Jordan – This Is How We Do It – Mayeda Twerk Remix
    Nas – Made You Look
    Panic City – O.A.K.L.A.N.D.
    Skrillex & Diplo ft. Bunji Garlin – Jungle Bae
    Too Short – Blow The Whistle
    Vell ft. DJ Mustard – Oakland – Warriors Remix

    Watch a video of D-Sharp in action:

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  • DJ Mal-Ski Has Become a Secret Weapon at USC Basketball Games

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    DJ Mal-Ski
    DJ Mal-Ski (photo: Imagez by LB)

    The ability to read crowds and be creative with wordplay are two essential skills of a great DJ. Mal-Ski, the official DJ for USC’s basketball team, excels at both of those things. The Trojans have won all of their home games so far this season — except for the one he missed.

    In a recent interview with the Los Angeles Times, Mal-Ski discussed how his personality and crowd reading skills help the team win. In addition to working the mic, Mal-Ski also gets creative with selection and sound effects.

    For example, when opposing teams warm up, Mal-Ski will play sleep-inducing music such as the theme from M.A.S.H. “If I can get one percent of them thinking about me, and not focus on our players in the game, then they’re not fully focused,” he said.

    Though Mal-Ski isn’t approved by all of USC’s faculty, it’s clear his strategy is working. USC associate athletic director Craig Kelly told the LA Times that he receives calls from schools around the country asking how to replicate USC’s in-game experience.

    “I grew up loving USC, I grew up loving music, I grew up loving basketball,” Mal-Ski said. “So for me, it’s a combination of great. It’s a combination of just wonderful. I love everything about it.”

    Mal-Ski counts four other USC teams and the Los Angeles Sparks among his clients. He also hosts a show on Inglewood’s Radio Free 102.3 KJLH.

    Watch him in action below.

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  • These Are the Songs That the Denver Broncos Requested for the AFC Championship

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    DJ Bedz
    DJ Bedz performs at the 2016 AFC Championship game in Denver, Colorado on Jan. 24, 2016. (Facebook)
     
    DJcity has obtained the Denver Broncos’ pregame playlist for January’s AFC Championship game against the New England Patriots.
     
    The list, which was sent to us by the team’s official DJ, DJ Bedz, contains his own picks along with requests from star players like Von Miller, Demaryius Thomas, and Vernon Davis.
     
    “[The Broncos’] defensive backs, in particular [Aqib] Talib, get super pumped during warm-ups,” Bedz told us. “You can tell music really impacts their mood when they are getting ready.”
     
    The team’s wide receivers also take advantage of the opportunity to ask for tracks. “[Demaryius] Thomas and [Emmanuel] Sanders are always part of the request sheet that we leave in the locker room,” Bedz said.
     
    Though the majority of requests are for hip-hop songs, Bedz added that linebacker Von Miller has the most diverse musical taste on the team. “He likes Nirvana, Norman Greenbaum, Lil Wayne, you name it. He’s interesting and unpredictable.”
     
    Check out the playlist below.
     
    Player requests:
     

    Gucci Mane ft. Young Thug – Perfect (Von Miller)
    A$AP Ferg ft. Future – New Level (Von Miller)
    Lil Wayne ft. King Los – No Reason (Von Miller and C.J. Anderson)
    Lil Bibby ft. Future – Aww Man (Demaryius Thomas)
    Young Thug ft. Duke – With That (Ryan Harris)
    Drake & Future – Big Rings (Aqib Talib and Chris Harris, Jr.)
    Young Thug ft. Quavo, Offset, & Peewee Longway – Quarterback (Malik Jackson)
    Rae Sremmurd ft. Mike Will Made It – By Chance (Demaryius Thomas)
    Puff Daddy & The Family ft. Future & King Los – MMM (Danny Trevathan)
    Skippa Da Flippa ft. Migos – OKC (Derek Wolfe)
    Migos – Look At My Dab (Brandon Marshall)
    ILoveMakonnen ft. Rich The Kidd – Still Workin’ (T.J. Ward)
    Travis Scott – A-Team (C.J. Anderson)
    L.A. Leakers ft. Future, Wiz Khalifa, & Kid Ink – Ball Like This (Emmanuel Sanders)
    Rich Gang ft. Young Thug, Birdman, & Yung Ralph – Imma Ride (Ronnie Hillman and Emmanuel Sanders)
    Drake & Future – Jumpman (Demaryius Thomas)
    Meek Mill – Pray For Em (Chris Harris, Jr.)
    Meek Mill ft. Rick Ross – Work (Kayvon Webster)
    Young Thug – Hercules (Chris Harris, Jr.)
    Tyga ft. Rick Ross & 2 Chainz – Baller Alert (Sylvester Williams, Shane Ray, and Bradley Roby)
    Plies – Ritz Carlton (Darian Stewart)
    TK-N-Cash – 3X In A Row (T.J. Ward)
    Future – Run Up (Emmanuel Sanders)
    iHeart Memphis – Hit The Quan (Vernon Davis)
    Eminem – Lose Yourself (Evan Mathis)

     
    Bedz’s picks:
     

    Metallica – Enter Sandman
    Nirvana – Smells Like Teen Spirit
    Guns N’ Roses – Sweet Child O’Mine
    Rolling Stones – Satisfaction – Remix
    Aretha Franklin – Respect
    Michael Jackson – Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough
    Jay Z & Kanye West – Otis
    Flo Rida – My House
    Jadakiss – The Champ Is Here
    Demigodz – Demigodz Is Back
    Pharoahe Monch – Simon Says
    M.O.P. – Ante Up
    Redman – Time 4 Sum Aksion
    LL Cool J – Mama Said Knock You Out
    Cypress Hill – I Ain’t Goin’ Out Like That
    P. Diddy & The Bad Boy Family ft. G-Dep, Loon, & Black Rob – The Saga Continues

     

     
    Related: Meet DJ Bedz: The Official DJ for the Denver Broncos

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  • Meet DJ Bedz: The Official DJ for the Denver Broncos

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    DJ Bedz
    DJ Bedz performs at Mile High Stadium in Denver, Colorado. (Garrett Ellwood)
     
    The Denver Post has released a behind-the-scenes video on DJ Bedz, the official DJ for the Denver Broncos. The two-and-a-half-minute piece was filmed at Mile High Stadium, where Bedz sets the mood for the players and fans at home games.
     
    A 20-year veteran, Bedz is also the official DJ for the Denver Nuggets and Colorado Buffaloes.
     
    Watch below as he discusses his job and reveals which player has the most eclectic taste.
     

     
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