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supremebaba

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About supremebaba

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    New to the Board
  • Birthday 05/14/1965

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  • Biography
    NYC Nightclub DJ since 84'
  • Location
    NYC
  • Interests
    Dance Music, Cars
  • Occupation
    DJ, Re-Mixer, Producer
  • Gender
    Male
  1. juniors red party review

    Since I do not know you Starscram I will not call you an idiot...on second thought "You are an idiot!".... What kind or response is that? You Indian based answer is weak and completely out of the ballpark. Question for you..Why this majorly JV loyality thing? Are you one of his record carriers? Maybe you are a little too much up JR's ass, breathe a little.ok This constant "I am better than this guy DJ" thing has been going on for decades...what makes a DJ great is the respect of the music and people in the industry. I like JV and enjoy his sets, however as Jay mentioned, just as I MENTIONED BEFORE, he was a little lost. He has great talent, but needs to re-invent. The next and last 5 secounds of thought I give to this thread I conclude that you must be be just another tight pants wearing trick, go do your indian healing and some yoga on someone elses dime and don't waste the bandwith. Dont' even respond because I only speak to people who know what the fuck is going on. Drop your last tab of E and MOVE ON.... That is why we instituted the door policy in back in '74, to leave out jackasses like you... Holla !
  2. juniors red party review

    Since I do not know you Starscram I will not call you an idiot...on second thought "You are an idiot!".... What kind or response is that? You Indian based answer is weak and completely out of the ballpark. Question for you..Why this majorly JV loyality thing? Are you one of his record carriers? Maybe you are a little too much up JR's ass, breathe a little.ok This constant "I am better than this guy DJ" thing has been going on for decades...what makes a DJ great is the respect of the music and people in the industry. I like JV and enjoy his sets, however as Jay mentioned, just as I MENTIONED BEFORE, he was a little lost. He has great talent, but needs to re-invent. The next and last 5 secounds of thought I give to this thread I conclude that you must be be just another tight pants wearing trick, go do your indian healing and some yoga on someone elses dime and don't waste the bandwith. Dont' even respond because I only speak to people who know what the fuck is going on. Drop your last tab of E and MOVE ON.... That is why we instituted the door policy in back in '74, to leave out jackasses like you... Holla !
  3. juniors red party review

    Starscream: My forum name has nothing to do with arrogence it is a nickname that you do not know, obviously otherwise your comment would have not ben said..so stand corrected on that subject first and formost. Secondly, you are entitled to voice your opinion and it is noted, however regarding Jr, I know him, DO YOU ? I make my comments based on real life experience, not nonsense. But if you really want to get rude about something, go for it, I am anxious. I am about making money with very talented group of people, that means musically, business wise and just personally good intelligent people. My Nepolean complex comment is a well documented fact, read up on it. But back to the comment in hand, I liked Jr's early work, his work in say the last 10 years or so has been stagnent and stale. He is talented but as I stated possibly burned out a bit. That is something unless you have played professionally for over 20 years could not understand. DJ'ing is fun, but IT IS a JOB ,and with it there even comes periods of burnout. Please think about you comments fully before responding, it makes you look better.. All the best.
  4. juniors red party review

    Personally I never cared for JR's type of play, too much hype not enough soul...he always had and still has a arrogence that seems to be with him, but that is usually the case with guys that are short...he never stays too long at any club recently that is for a reason..correct...? It's all about making money from an owner/DJ/promoter level, you don't pack the place, you get your walkinggg papers. Besides I think JR's selection of musical genere is a bit stale to say the least, maybe he has been burned out, it happens, happened to me and has happened to others. Sometimes you need to take a step back and re-invent yourself...just ask Madonna. The changing demographics in NYC have caused the club scene that we see today. 20 or so years ago, yeah people did drugs in clubs but were not so blatent about it like today..and definately did not take public transportation to venues. Owners/DJ/Promoters know this and that is why they hit you with door charges, because they know that you will not spend money in the club once you get inside, they already have your money from the door/coat check etc...if you buy a drink, then they have that money too. Just was not like that back in the day. As far as JP goes never heard him play live so I cannot comment. The TRUE deal is that many of the DJ's that play in the city simple SUCK..!! There are many others worthy of playing that are much, much better than those playing in clubs currently, just that they do not get the opportunity to do so for whatever reason. Look at the core ideal of what American Idol is based on the understand just what I said. If they were truely that good and brough in consistant crowds they would stay because crowds=$$$ for all parties involved. As far as the Exit space, it is a nice room, however is is poorly designed as a room. I have a little history in that particular space going back into the early 80's when it first became a nighclub form it's original use as a horse stable. Times change and things move on...people need to constantly be on their game or someone else will just step up and fill the void. Let me tell you true DJ'ing is an art...and something that very, very few posess today in NYC. I don't mean to slam Jr or anyone else for that matter, but what I said are the facts..simple and true, how do I personally know , well I have been in the business for more than the age of most of you. Enjoy the club experience while you can for what it is worth to you..to meet girls,guys..dance..etc..just be safe and enjoy the vibe....and always be true to yourself. It feels good.... Enjoy ! BTW: Gay crowds are the best to play to...because they are not critical, just want to have fun and enjoy the scene. :hat: :hat:
  5. Wtf?

    Drinking somone elses water...??? I would rather anti-up the 6 bucks rather than drink somone elses water who you do not know from adam. Or rather, buy a beer, couple dollars well spent.
  6. Deep House vs. Progressive House

    Once I get back in the booth again soon here in NYC...watch out for the change...mark my words..
  7. I need your guys help with this one.. I am looking to hook up with new different big room promoters in the NYC area that are in the know and are proactive in getting parties booked...I want to work out new spinning deals with them...everything but hip-hop. Any suggestions as who to turn to will be appreciated. Otherwise email me with a PM and a contact number to call you back Thanks so much, Tony Rocca
  8. Wtf?

    Asians or whatever other race will always hang out among themselves in clubs. It is just more noticable with the asian crowd since they congregate in larger numbers than most. It's always been like that, so what the big deal...maybe they have fun that way, who knows I am not asian otherwise I might have an answer.
  9. Deep House vs. Progressive House

    I'll go and take it to the next level, take away the hip and just play HOP, beats and no rap..period! Most modern rap is simply sellout crap anyway, the old rap artists I grew up with understood music, what a vibe is and how to make one with the beats they produced with their old 4 track recordings. Modern dance music has become a bit lost as others have mentioned, too many electrojocks that just perpatrate the modern dance track with just that..trax..NO VOCALS. In order to get really good records once again you need quality production, that is what is lacking across all of the dance floor playlists to date. What..you think Diddy is talented..??? Na...he is good at re-packaging others work. Funny thing is that the people who buy that repackaged crap from others as well know nothing about real music. Why do you think these hip hop people went into other ventures?? they know they record crap, that has a shelp life of a week or so. There are exceptions to everything also...50cent, Eminem (because of Dre)..and a few others. Otherwise the scene has been recently just a reinvention of what already was...is it good?? well until someone has enough balls to make a unique effort to make a real change, it will be just as it is, selling ice to an eskimo..and calling it a new thing... think about it.. How do I know..well I have seen it since the original 54 days in the 70's, experienceing that era..and then playing in NYC for the past 20 or so years...you tend to notice things like that.
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