‘R.O.A.D. Podcast’: DJ mOma, Ross One, and SpydaT.E.K Discuss White Privilege

R.O.A.D. Podcast

On this week’s episode of the R.O.A.D. Podcast, the crew invited DJ mOma, Ross One, and SpydaT.E.K to discuss police brutality, systemic racism, and white privilege in the United States.

The fellas explained why they believe Gen Z could be the perfect generation to lead the movement to end inequality in the country. They also phoned DJ AUDIO1 to clear up some of the misinformation about Twitch and their music copyright guidelines.

Watch an excerpt above and the full episode here.

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‘R.O.A.D. Podcast’: SpydaT.E.K Discusses His New Duo With Craze, Mete Mano


Renowned Las Vegas-based DJ/producer SpydaT.E.K spoke with the R.O.A.D. Podcast this week. The Los Angeles native discussed his new duo with Craze, Mete Mano.

Spyda also shared his approach to negotiating contracts for his music production, and why he prefers FL Studio over Ableton.

Watch an excerpt of this week’s interview above and the full episode here.

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Watch SpydaT.E.K’s ‘MikiDz Show’ Set


Las Vegas-based DJ/producer SpydaT.E.K has been a long time fan of the MikiDz Show, and on Monday, he got a chance to perform on it.

The Los Angeles native is a favorite in the open-format scene, and as such, notable DJs such as Sak Noel, TonyTone, Audio1, and Lazyboy came out to see his set.

Spyda lived up to his reputation, delivering an eclectic and creative performance with heavy Latin and Caribbean influences. His selection included unreleased tracks from Mete Mano, his new duo with Craze, which Spyda announced during the interview segment. (In 2018, Craze tweeted that Spyda was his new favorite DJ.)

Watch his set and interview above. An audio-only version is also available via Apple Podcasts, Mixcloud, and Spotify.

Shout out to the show’s hosts MikiWAR and DJ Dainjazone, and opening DJ, Rell.


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SpydaT.E.K to Perform on DJcity’s ‘MikiDz Show’ Live Stream



DJcity’s MikiDz Show live stream will be back on Monday, June 24 with Las Vegas-based DJ/producer SpydaT.E.K It will follow a record-breaking episode with house legends Bad Boy Bill and Richard Vission.

A native of Los Angeles, SpydaT.E.K hosts a weekly show on SiriusXM’s Globalization channel called Globalization Sessions. The show, which airs Mondays at 8 p.m. PT, has featured guests like Henry Fong, Dave Nada, and DJ Puffy.

As a producer, SpydaT.E.K has released tracks on Mad Decent and OWSLA, garnering support from the likes of Major Lazer, DJ Snake, and Alison Wonderland. He also contributes exclusive remixes to DJcity.

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 website.

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Watch: SpydaT.E.K Flips E-40 in Routine for Serato


Mad Decent DJ/producer SpydaT.E.K has thrown down a Bay Area-inspired routine at Serato’s LA studio. In his performance, he flips E-40‘s classic West Coast track “Tell Me When To Go.”

SpydaT.E.K is the creator of the SiriusXM show Globalization Sessions. He is also a remixer for DJcity’s Puro Pari series.

Watch SpydaT.E.K’s routine above.

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Listen to Afro Bros’ ‘Globalization Sessions’ Mix

Afro Bros

Afro Bros
Afro Bros at Club FIX in Tilburg, Netherlands on Feb. 10, 2018. (Source: Facebook)

Dutch DJ/producer duo Afro Bros joined SpydaT.E.K on Monday night for a guest mix on his SiriusXM show, Globalization Sessions. SpydaT.E.K, a Mad Decent artist and remixer for DJcity’s Puro Pari series, has made their set available due to popular demand.

Signed to Spinnin’ Records, Afro Bros made waves in March for co-producing Nicky Jam and J Balvin’s Latin smash, “X.” In 2017, they co-produced Major Lazer‘s international single “Sua Cara” featuring Anitta and Pabllo Vittar.

The Dutchmen put down an hour-long set consisting of moombahton, reggaeton, Afro bass, and house. Their mix includes several of their original tracks, including their new single “So Much Love” featuring Charly Black and Stevie Appleton. It also includes an exclusive preview of an unreleased track titled “Diki Te Triki.”

Globalization Sessions airs Monday nights at 8 pm PST on SiriusXM’s Globalization channel.

Listen to Afro Bros’ mix and see the tracklist below.


1. Nicky Jam & J Balvin – X
2. Afro Bros ft. Charly Black & Stevie Appleton – So Much Love
3. Afro Bros & Trobi ft. La Toya Linger – Savage
4. Jack & Lewis ft. Moradzo – Bomb On Dem
5. Avi S & Some 1 Else – La Mezcla
6. ChildsPlay, Jack & Lewis – Gimme Sum
7. Afro Bros – Squeezy Beat
8. Blxck Skyle & Madrik – Oushé Kipoo
9. Arewhana Gang & Avi S – Crystal Clear
10. Avi S x San V – Esse Bi Puti – Afro Bros Edit
11. Munchi – ID
12. Willy William – Voodoo Song – Nicolius Bootleg
13. Afro Bros ft. Chris Strick & Djahboy – Diki Te Triki (Exclusive Preview)
14. Danilo – Bun Dem
15. Munchi – Pa Lo Under
16. Unleaded & Don James – Loca
17. Scorpion & Menasa – Ta Malo
18. Nicolius & Madrik – Wata Sam Sam
19. ID – ID
20. ID – ID
21. Artistic Raw – Dil Dil Dil
22. Afro Bros – Pump That
23. ID – ID
24. Afro Bros & Ash – Wine Slut
25. Prince – Funk N Roll – Chris Lake Edit
26. Riva Starr – The Wickedest Sound
27. Josh Butler & Bontan – Call You Back

Related: Watch Afro Bros’ ‘So Much Love’ Video Feat. Charly Black and Stevie Appleton