| DJ Name||World Famous DJ E.M.|
| From/Hometown||NYC/ Lower East Side|
| created on||Thu, Sep 23,2004|
| Crews/Affilations||Lower Deck Productions|
| Residencies||Friday Night Babalu's, Saturday Night 9 1/2 night club
All NYC Events
| Type of music you spin?||Hip-Hop/Rap, Reggae, House|
| Type of equipment can you provide?||CD Player, Mixer, Speakers, Turntable|
-- Full sound system for 100 people to 1000 people
| When did you start DJing?||June 1990|
- tell us about yourself
|Born and raised in the Lower East Side of Manhattan, and being exposed to family and friends in the DJ'ing industry, DJ E.M.'s talent and ear for music developed speedily as an adolescent. He became aware of his gift and similar to every DJ in this industry, his career started as being the "Official Block Party DJ of the Neighborhood". As the fire hydrant was turned on and the barbecue's roasted, the people on the block danced until their feet were numb by means of the incredible sounds provided by the DJ. Word of mouth spread quickly and simultaneously, party-bookings as well. During this period, DJ E.M. supplied the entertainment for numerous Sweet 16's, bridal showers, weddings, community gatherings, so forth and so on. Soon enough, his club venue debut was at The Hot Club, NYC in 1996. From there, his exclusive CD, "Reggae Meltdown", caught the attention of many of his peers, and could also be heard on just about any Walkman in the tri-state area. The career of DJ E.M. simply embellishes from that point on.
As his skills developed, the challenge to expand the variety of sounds he presented became clear. At this point, DJ E.M. began mixing the best of hip-hop, R&B, house, and reggae, along with salsa, merengue, and bachata. With over 1500 records, and a vast assortment of Latin music on compact disc, DJ E.M. continues to overwhelm the club/party scene in the New York Tri-State area amid the entire east-coast. The main thing that separates E.M. from the rest, besides his extraordinary DJ skills, is his determination to have it all. Besides being one of the hottest DJ
| How did you get into DJing?||My uncle was a dj back in the days when he dj I help carry equipement so in return he let me DJ but not at a party just at home|
| What do you love most about DJing?||The control over the crowd is amazing|
| What is your most memorable DJing|
|I did a party in Bay Ridge Brooklyn for about 300 people the Faternity that booked me representive did some shout outs on the mic and told the crowd to give DJ E.M. a big round of appaulse its was crazy. I rocked that party|
| What are you future goals as a DJ?||to get back on the Radio and have my own show|
| What do you do when you are not|
| Shout outs!||Everybody who has ever booked me and a big shout to my favorite hip hop dj Precise.|
| Contact Name||Edgar Muniz|
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