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Old 11-13-2006, 01:12 PM   #1
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for those that havent tuned in yet.... here what it sounds like
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Old 11-13-2006, 05:17 PM   #2
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Thanks! looking forward to this! I haven't heard you show since the days of Wax42!!
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Old 11-13-2006, 05:51 PM   #3
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whats wrong with you.... are you ok? Its not save to go to long with out a little DJ BIJAL in ur life.. lol

also new custmoers get 30% off on cds on my site now!

leave some feedback after u listen
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Old 11-13-2006, 07:41 PM   #4
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Alright, I listened to the mix. Overall, I liked it. I'll try and be as critical and nitpicky as possible though. Here is some feedback:

1) Your voice is very low and completely muffled. Does it sound like that on the radio, or just in this mix?

2) Clean versions??

3) This sounds more like a mixtape than a radio mixshow. Some of the songs (eg. Kingdom Come) went on a bit long to my liking (that's just me: I'd rather hear twice as many songs, and not the whole song, especially a song that is played all the time on the radio anyway)

4) I checked your playlist from everywhereradio.com with this one, and they seem to have quite a few repeats. I guess your mix is focused more on hits? This kind of made me feel like I was listening to Hot Jamz, though some songs were mixed together.

5) I wasn't too crazy about your songs. They're a bit too commercial for my liking. Most of the songs you played are in regular/heavy rotation on the hip-hop channels. It sounded a bit like the first hour of Clinton Spark's show, where he plays the biggest songs a couple of times.

6) You mixing was sometimes awkward. Like when you went into the Jay-Z, 3 Doors Down Oddz N Endz remix (which I love, by the way-great call).

7) I guess my suggestion, if I'm allowed to even make this (all these things are just what I personally like in a mixshow) is to develop a stronger personality in terms of the songs you play and the way you play them. You seem to have a niche on Sirius, being the only one really doing a more mainstream mix, but a lot of the AOL mixes play the same songs. That was my only complaint with Wax42 back in the day: so many of the mixed sounded exactly the same (and played the same songs) and you couldn't tell which DJ was on.

I remember when Wax folded, you, Dj Noodlez, and Jonas Da Blenda were the three guys I was missing (after Sirius announced the DJs they picked up to be added to HHN). I'm definately glad you are on the channel. However, I guess for a mix to really blow my mind, I look for different things than you offered here. Obviously, I'm being very critical here - don't get it twisted: I enjoyed your mix and hope you continue posting new stuff. But you saw my mixshow preferences in the previous thread, which are more "true school" stuff, and that go deeper than what you would hear regularly. DJ Wonder's mix this week, for example, blew me away because he hit me with such unexpected yet amazing songs. Out of one hour of his mixshow, maybe one song would be played regularly, and Wonder only played a verse or two out of it. That's what I personally look for, and that's what I find exciting in mixshows.

Anyway, keep up the great work! Hope this honest feedback is useful to you! I'll definately be visiting your site and checking out those mixtapes at 30% off.
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Old 11-13-2006, 07:59 PM   #5
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clean, becuase this show was an edited version to air somewhere else, so some things had to be cut out. my show if you read the discrip i guess is like clinton sparks only im not a crazy white guy lol

mine is about the hottest songs, new music 1st, exclusives and mixes and remixed versions of hits that u dont hear like a south version of diddy and beyonce songs etc.....

haha sounds like a mixtape... trying to put my voice on my show more... if u remember on wax i said like hi this my show and thats it.. lol



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Alright, I listened to the mix. Overall, I liked it. I'll try and be as critical and nitpicky as possible though. Here is some feedback:

1) Your voice is very low and completely muffled. Does it sound like that on the radio, or just in this mix?

2) Clean versions??

3) This sounds more like a mixtape than a radio mixshow. Some of the songs (eg. Kingdom Come) went on a bit long to my liking (that's just me: I'd rather hear twice as many songs, and not the whole song, especially a song that is played all the time on the radio anyway)

4) I checked your playlist from everywhereradio.com with this one, and they seem to have quite a few repeats. I guess your mix is focused more on hits? This kind of made me feel like I was listening to Hot Jamz, though some songs were mixed together.

5) I wasn't too crazy about your songs. They're a bit too commercial for my liking. Most of the songs you played are in regular/heavy rotation on the hip-hop channels. It sounded a bit like the first hour of Clinton Spark's show, where he plays the biggest songs a couple of times.

6) You mixing was sometimes awkward. Like when you went into the Jay-Z, 3 Doors Down Oddz N Endz remix (which I love, by the way-great call).

7) I guess my suggestion, if I'm allowed to even make this (all these things are just what I personally like in a mixshow) is to develop a stronger personality in terms of the songs you play and the way you play them. You seem to have a niche on Sirius, being the only one really doing a more mainstream mix, but a lot of the AOL mixes play the same songs. That was my only complaint with Wax42 back in the day: so many of the mixed sounded exactly the same (and played the same songs) and you couldn't tell which DJ was on.

I remember when Wax folded, you, Dj Noodlez, and Jonas Da Blenda were the three guys I was missing (after Sirius announced the DJs they picked up to be added to HHN). I'm definately glad you are on the channel. However, I guess for a mix to really blow my mind, I look for different things than you offered here. Obviously, I'm being very critical here - don't get it twisted: I enjoyed your mix and hope you continue posting new stuff. But you saw my mixshow preferences in the previous thread, which are more "true school" stuff, and that go deeper than what you would hear regularly. DJ Wonder's mix this week, for example, blew me away because he hit me with such unexpected yet amazing songs. Out of one hour of his mixshow, maybe one song would be played regularly, and Wonder only played a verse or two out of it. That's what I personally look for, and that's what I find exciting in mixshows.

Anyway, keep up the great work! Hope this honest feedback is useful to you! I'll definately be visiting your site and checking out those mixtapes at 30% off.
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