School & Teen Events Hot floor all night...

wifedj

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A little considered research and a legit library can provide the necessary components for even a 50+y.o. DJ to CRUSH a HS dance. It was a rewarding effort.

Thanks to the guests, they RAWK'D.

Playlist attached as pdf.
 

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Albatross

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Sep 7, 2016
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A little considered research and a legit library can provide the necessary components for even a 50+y.o. DJ to CRUSH a HS dance. It was a rewarding effort.

Thanks to the guests, they RAWK'D.

Playlist attached as pdf.
I always forget about Wipe Me Down :)

Nicely done!
 
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wifedj

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I always forget about Wipe Me Down :)

Nicely done!
Thanks!

That was a request and a selection I likely would not have migrated towards but they went ape-shit for it and even sang the chorus.

Most of the requests were on my target list as well but once it is requested I mark it so.
 

Albatross

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It sounds forgettable to me...:pillworried:
It fits well into a set of crowd pleasers like Walk It Out, Juju On That Beat, Cyclone, etc. If you're in that space dropping it in for a chorus is likely to work well.

I don't think it'll be remembered as pinnacle of song writing, but the beat bangs.
 

wifedj

DJ Extraordinaire
Mar 20, 2008
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It fits well into a set of crowd pleasers like Walk It Out, Juju On That Beat, Cyclone, etc. If you're in that space dropping it in for a chorus is likely to work well.

I don't think it'll be remembered as pinnacle of song writing, but the beat bangs.
I know that you know, ya know.

But high schoolers aren't attending dances to be educated, enlightened, or WOKE through lyrics...deyjuswannashakdeyazzes!