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Jayceeoh Announces ‘Super 7, Volume 6’

It’s been over three years since Jayceeoh dropped his last Super 7 mix, but today the award-winning DJ announced the sixth volume, which will be released in partnership with DJcity.
As the name suggests, the hour-plus session will feature 10-minute mixes from seven influential producer/DJs: Party Favor, TJR, Lookas, TWRK, NGHTMRE, Tropkillaz, and of course, Jayceeoh. Included will be VIP versions, premieres, and other exclusives.
In addition to dropping the mix as a free download, Jayceeoh will also offer limited edition CDs, t-shirts, and custom USB drives. Everything will be available Monday, August 31.

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Why JayCeeOh Started His Own Label

Los Angeles DJ/producer and Master of the Mix champion JayCeeOh recently spoke with about launching his new label Super 7 Records, collaborating with Ruen & Mister Gray on “Scream,” and more.
When asked what inspired the birth of his new label, JayCeeOh replied:

“I launched Super 7 for a few reasons, but overall this was something I’d been wanting to do for a long time and it felt like it was the next progressive step in my career. I wanted to create an outlet for me to release music officially in a timely manner, and I now have the right team in place to help me accomplish just that. Over the last year I have released over 20 free records, primarily remixes, but also gave out some originals as well, collectively garnering over 3.5 Million plays on SoundCloud. I had a couple of label releases, “Damn” on Fools Gold, Bloody Beetroots “The Beat” remix on Ultra Records, and Wiz Khlaifa “We Dem Boyz” Remix for Atlantic. Each record is its own battle, rightfully so at this stage in my production career. Right now I am sitting on so many originals and creating new music at such a fast pace that I don’t want to sit on these songs forever. I created Super 7 as a branch of JayCeeOh that has unlimited possibilities. It’s tough to base your own career off of the schedule and music taste of another human at other labels. I believe in the music I am making, so now I have created an outlet for me and my collaborators to jump on the map with, and a team behind me to help with reaching the masses.”

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