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Party Superhero DJ Fudge Re-introduces himself to The World!

dj fudge on caseMany are misled by the unassuming demeanor of Stacey Childs as he humbly approaches the DJ stand with equipment in tow. He sets up quickly – quietly sizing up the crowd. He dons his headphones and begins to search for the perfect track. Soon he’s head nodding and top rocking. If you don’t already know, you may begin to wonder: who is this man and why is he rocking so hard? But once he drops the needle and turns the fader, there is no doubt: the party has begun because DJ FUDGE has arrived!

Down-tempo, rare grooves. old school classics, hip hop headbangers, pop. or rock. No genre is beyond the realm of DJ FUDGE. You never know where his musical journey will lead, but the crowd eagerly follows. His vast knowledge and sincere love and respect of music has led him to work with a wide range of artists including Joi, Jeru the Damaja, Little Brother, Julie Dexter, Raekwon, Slum Village, Camp Lo, Phife Dawg, Ali Shaheed Muhammed (A Tribe Called Quest), DJ Red Alert, DJ Spindarella, Chuck D, Flavor Flav, DJ Lord (Public Enemy), DJ 9th Wonder, DJ Hi-Tek, & EMC among others.

DJ FUDGE is a respected name in the Atlanta music community where he is well known from his affiliation with such popular events as Face Off Fridays, A Vibe Called Fresh, What the Funk?!, Nodfactor2, and Fantastic Fridays. FUDGE is an active member of the 5 Star Generals DJ crew, the Scratch Academy of New York and the international Red Bull Music Academy. Also a noted turntablist, Fudge’s battle scars include the Kool Mixx DJ Battle (2004 finalist); Guitar Center DJ Battle (2001 finalist); and TasteMaker DJ’s Sound Boxing DJ Battle (2000 champion). dj fudge hoodie In 2004, he toured internationally through Finland and Estonia on the Defkut Records Funky Club Tour. In 2008, DJ FUDGE toured with the House of Hip Hop Concert Series, performing in various venues across the U.S. More recently he has rocked the stage with Hip Hop group MSEIZE, artists Rock Most and Bambu da Asiatic. Served as road manager for the 2010 Smokin Needles European tour featuring Phife Dawg (A Tribe Called Quest), Chip Fu (Fu Schnickens) and DJ Rasta Root. And in 2012 he continued his international travels by playing a night in Geneva, Switzerland.

In addition to his residency at Atlanta’s famous MJQ Concourse, DJ FUDGE appears regularly on the WREKroom Renaissance on WREK 91.1fm, and previously on the Beatz and Lyrics show with Jayforce on WRFG 89.3fm, and Hush Hush on WRAS 88.5fm. FUDGE also produces a series of mixtapes which include: “Full Metal Joints”, an independent Hip Hop mixtape and “Hush Hush”, an instrumental mixtape series. In 2014, DJ FUDGE will continue to realease other mixtapes and projects to further his vast catalogue, and he is taking the “Full Metal Joints” brand to new heights by incorporating online television!


dj fudge lightsPrepare to dance. Prepare to sweat. Partying is not an option. With DJ FUDGE on the tables, the party won’t stop until the lights come on or someone pulls the plug.
–K. Ellick







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Artist Profile: D.R.E.S Tha Beatnik | Atlanta’s Raw Hip Hop ‘Master of Ceremony’

Artist Biography by Johnny Loftus

Dres Tha BeatnikYears of honing his skills, carving a path for himself and others has landed D.R.E.S tha Beatnik at the top, as atlanta’s chosen ‘Master of  Ceremonies’ for Raw Music and Hip Hop Venues. −1infamous Nation

Andre Lett, aka D.R.E.S. tha Beatnik (or Divine Real Essence of Sound), grew up in Philadelphia, but made a name for himself in Atlanta, GA, as a human beatbox of phenomenal talent. In the tradition ofDoug E. FreshBiz Markie, and Rahzel, the Godfather of NoizeD.R.E.S. created with his mouth sounds that emulated those of drum machines, turntables, and samplers — the tools of hip-hop. It was a lost art, dating from an age when instantaneous, perfect home recording was a fable. But D.R.E.S. set out to prove that ability — not technology — was the real talent. In 2000, he won the Amateur World Beatbox Championships, where the judges included hip-hop legends like Rahzel and Grandmaster FlashD.R.E.S. continued to take his adopted hometown of Atlanta by storm, and in early 2001 released the Have Mic…Will Travel EP on the 4 Kings label. The project was the first 100 percent beatbox album of its kind, and established D.R.E.S. tha Beatnik not only as a formidable beatboxer, but also as a talented MC. In July of 2002, 4 Kings released Have Mic…Will Travel: The Live Experience, a recording of a D.R.E.S. show from April of that year at Atlanta’s Midtown Café. It showcased the rapper’s studio material, while spotlighting his beatbox skills in a live setting.




DJ Profile: DJ Lord of Public Enemy is a Party Superhero

8152_LORDDJ Lord (born Lord Aswod on March 11, 1975 in Savannah, Georgia, United States), is an American DJ and turntablist.[1] In 1999, DJ Lord joined the hip-hop group Public Enemyon its 40th World Tour [2] replacing Terminator X.[3] Soon after, DJ Lord had his own performance segment within the Public Enemy show. While hip hop has been at the foundation of his career, he also works in the drum and bass arena. His career and the art of turntablism is documented in the DVD, DJ Lord – The Turntablist Chronicles, released in 2004.[4]

In addition to working with Public Enemy, DJ Lord tours solo as well as with Flavor Flav in his solo effort as well as with art exhibition Arts, Beats + Lyrics.[5] He has also performed with rock band Confrontation Camp and TrillBass.



DJ Lord joined the critically acclaimed group on their 40th world tour


Battle career highlights

  • 2004 – DMC U.S. Finalist
  • 2004 – DMC Cincinnati Regional Heat ChampionLORD_malcolmX
  • 2004 – Numark/Guitar Center Southeast Champion
  • 2004 – KoolMixx Atlanta Battle Champion
  • 2003 – KoolMixx Atlanta Battle Champion
  • 2003 – Breaklanta 3 Battle Champion
  • 2002 – Breaklanta 1 Battle Champion
  • 2002 – Pioneer/Promo Only CDJ1000 CD Turntable Champion
  • 2001 – DMC U.S. Finalist
  • 2001 – DMC Phoenix Arizona Regional Champion
  • 2001 – Guitar Center/Stanton Southeast Battle Champion
  • 2000 – Guitar Center/Vestax Southeast Battle Champion
  • 2000 – KoolMixx Atlanta Battle Champion [6]