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Artist Name: The World Famous Dj-D’Doxx
Mixtape Title: On Hands Training, The Swagger Show, Ride Wit Me Volumes, Mr. Nasty Time, Turn Off Da Radio, Live On I-5, 803 Crunk, & Many more....
Mixshow(s): The Swagger Show!!! Sliver Microphone Winner on Hip-Hop Friends Online
Label: (No Label) Dem Clinton Boyz Beatz (Remix Producers)
Nickname: The World Famous
Musical Influences: Funky Finesse, Dj-Scratch Master Rob, Jam Master Jay & Dj-Jazzy Jeff, Jay-Z, Daddy-O, Grand Master Caz, The Roots, New Edition, LL Cool J, Run DMC,
Inspiration: My Family & Hip-Hop
Overall Objective: To be the best at what I do
Radio Stations: Musix Dose Radio, Da Beast Radio, We Jamin Radio, ADL Radio, Sniper Squad Radio, Zeno Radio & KHAM Radio & 420 Parental Advisory
Radio Show (s): The Show!!! & The Swagger Show!!!
Markets Covered: Seattle, Portland, ATL, SC, New York, Cali, All Over The USA
Dj Coalition Association: X-Squad Dj’s, MixxGang Dj’s, Sniper Squad Dj’s & Spinstatz Dj’s
#Club for DDOXX: Larry’s Nightclub, Jimmy T’s, HD’s, Club Mantra, The Star Bar, Club Broadway, The Rock Candy, The Contour, NCO Club, Club Nubian, The Esquire, The Rumba Note, Contour, Catwalk, The Artbar, The Bohemian, Juan Oreillys, Planet Hollywood, Connies After Hours, Cafe Arizona, Taps and Tabs Kirkland, Last Supper Club, Club Afriq Neumos, Rock Candy, I-Spy, Sam’s Club, Lady Luck, Latitude 84, Jazzbones, Central Ave Pub, Club Cultura, Champions Sport Bar, Pearl Bar and Lounge, The High Dive, The Town, Lucky Dragon, Stone Lounge, Philly Fever, The Parlor Live, Ampersand, New World VIP Lounge, 88 Keys, Waldo’s Vybe Lounge, Waid’s Nightclub, DG’s Lounge, Volume Nightclub, Seattle Entertainment Lounge, Benchwarmers, Citrus, Homerun Restaurant & Lounge, Empire Lounge, Johnny’s Bar And Grill, Rock Salt, B.B Magraws, Cloud 9 Bar & Grill, Trophies Bar & Eatery, Blush Lounge, Poppas Pub, Starbar Seattle, First Class Pub, Club Kolbeh, Best Damn Sports Bar, Twilight Martini Lounge, Club 720 in Portland, Venom, Wild Palms, Northwest Sports Bar & Grill, XO Nightclub, The Fusion Ultra Lounge, Vela Nightclub, JR’s, The Palace, Vitos, Cotton Club in Chicago, Vapor Room in LA, The Fountain Blue 2 In Columbia, SC, The Dream in DC, & Etc...
DJ-D'Doxx wears his emotions on his sleeve and the life on his right arm. A deejay with speakers and a tone arm etched in dark black ink says it all, until you experience the one-man band rock a party. In that moment you'll find Doxx boldly expressing his raw emotions the best way he knows how - through music. Two turntables and a mic. "To make other people happy and have a good time - that's my kick," said Doxx, a native of Columbia, SC. There he heard everything from Afrika Bambaataa to Al Green in the clubs and watched in awe when his cousin Dj-Scratch Master Rob would cut it up. Although Doxx rocked parties in high school, he officially started his life as a deejay in 1993 after moving cross-country to the West Coast. From then on he carefully studied the veteran deejays and made each party he spun better than the last one. By adhering to such a principle, Doxx found himself in the presence of legends like Jam Master Jay, Steve Harvey, Notorious BIG and Russell Simmons. He also played for a variety of different regional, age and ethnic audiences brought together by music. "To be a good deejay is knowing how to read the crowd and give them what they need to take it to that next level," Doxx asserted. That meant playing the cuts - old or new - and transmitting his style to the masses. It eventually caught the ear of Noc On Wood Records who hired Doxx for an a&r/promotions position and of course deejaying. When parting from Noc on Wood Records in 2006, Doxx put his all into his company Stop Playin Promotions he founded in 2006 and still continues to successfully own and operate to date. "I live for music, it's bananas," Doxx stressed. If Doxx doesn't have his hands on decks in the club, people usually only ask him one question, "Are you deejaying!!!