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.
Related: Meet the Official DJ of the Seattle Seahawks
DJ DV One isn’t exactly a household name, but the long-time veteran has been holding it down in Seattle for years and is one of the city’s most respected DJs.
The Rock Steady and Massive Monkees crew member is also the official DJ for the Seattle Seahawks, a position that he’s held for the past 10 years.
Seattle news station KING 5 recently caught up with DV at the Seahawks training camp to learn more about his job and how he got it. Watch the two-minute video below.
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The NFL has prohibited its players from wearing Beats by Dre headphones at games, practices, post-game interviews and any other league event where cameras are present.
Back in March, the NFL signed a long-term deal with rival headphones maker Bose which allows the company to put its logo on headphones worn by coaches.
“The NFL has longstanding policies that prohibit branded exposure on-field or during interviews unless authorized by the league. These policies date back to the early 1990s and continue today,” an NFL spokesperson said. “They are the NFL’s policies — not one of the league’s sponsors, Bose in this case. Bose is not involved in the enforcement of our policies. This is true for others on-field.”
According to Re/code, Beats by Dre dominates the premium headphone market with a 61 percent share, compared to Bose’s 22.
Over the last year, players such as Colin Kaepernick and Richard Sherman have signed endorsement deals with Beats by Dre and been featured in high-profile commercials.
Related: Apple’s CEO Tim Cook Explains Beats by Dre Acquisition
The 2014 NFL Draft began last night at Radio City Music Hall in New York City. For the first time ever, NFL prospects were able to choose walk-up music as they took to the stage.
“This is one of those ideas that you can’t believe someone didn’t come up with sooner. This is the greatest moment of these young guys’ lives, so why wouldn’t you have them soundtrack it?” – NFL Writer, Dan Hanzus
Below is the full list of tracks and who chose them, courtesy of NFL.com:
Aloe Blacc – The Man (Jadeveon Clowney)
Bill Conti – Going The Distance (Jake Matthews)
DJ Khaled ft. JAY Z, Meek Mill, Rick Ross & French Montana – They Don’t Love You No More (Eric Ebron)
Drake – Draft Day (Johnny Manziel)
Drake – Look What You’ve Done (Sammy Watkins)
Drake – Trophies (Mike Evans)
Drake ft. Lil Wayne – Believe Me (Bradley Roby)
Gucci Mane – Icy (Jason Verrett)
Imagine Dragons – Radioactive (Cyrus Kouandjio)
J. Cole – Blow Up (Blake Bortles)
J. Cole – Sideline Story (Morgan Moses)
K Camp ft. Kwony Cash – Money Baby (Kony Ealy)
Kanye West – Through the Wire (Jordan Matthews)
Kanye West ft. T-Pain – Good Life (Jimmy Garoppolo)
Kings of Leon – Rock City (Taylor Lewan)
Lil Wayne – The Sky’s The Limit (Odell Beckham Jr.)
Marvin Sapp – Never Would Have Made It (Ha Ha Clinton-Dix)
Meek Mill – Dreams and Nightmares (Calvin Pryor)
Migos – Handsome and Wealthy (Marqise Lee)
Pharrell Williams – Happy (Khalil Mack & Greg Robinson)
R. Kelly – The World’s Greatest (Teddy Bridgewater)
Soulja Boy ft. Drake – We Made It – Drake Remix (Kyle Fuller & Ra’Shede Hageman)
Wiz Khalifa – We Dem Boyz (Hol’ Up) (Justin Gilbert)
Wiz Khalifa ft. Juicy J – My Favorite Song (C.J. Mosley)
Young Jeezy – Everythang (Brandin Cooks & Ryan Shazier)