Friday, September 21, 2007

DJ Baby G - Whisky Bar - September 21, 2007

From the what to do tonight department... Went to happy hour... drunk... now what?!? I'm so glad it's Friday... DJ Baby G and DJ Mel @ Whisky Bar tonight, Sept 21st...

Well... I'm gonna go drink some more... then pass out... then head out again... see you out!

More info:

A seasoned veteran with 16 years of experience rocking parties and radio airwaves alike, DJ Baby G has delivered on the promise of his 1990 USA DMC Championship with a career that has spanned 3 commercial radio stations, 2 international DJ competitions, 2 European tours, and countless club and concert gigs around the U.S.

His passion for music, technical skill, and innovative approach have earned him steady acclaim and an ever-widening audience via a national weekly mix show on XM Satellite radio. Meanwhile, in his adopted home of Austin, TX, G leads a radio mix jock team that has made Hot 93 FM the city’s #1 station and driven the competing hip-hop station out of business – all in one year.

The foundation of DJ Baby G’s career was the burgeoning hip-hop scene in early 90’s Dallas, a scene that produced such talent as Grammy-winner Erykah Badu. Baby G was known in Dallas circles as a tastemaker, breaking underground hip-hop and dancehall reggae music and all the while opening for artists such as De La Soul, Pete Rock & CL Smooth, 8 Ball & MJG, The Geto Boys, and Common. His mixtapes were distributed nationally and sold well in markets such as Chicago, San Francisco, San Diego, Detroit, Austin, and Dallas. From 1991 to 1994, G also worked as a stage DJ with Dallas-based groups MC 900 ft. Jesus (American Recordings) and Mad Flava (Priority Records). Two tours with MC 900 ft. Jesus introduced 7 European countries to the band’s innovative mix of hip-hop, industrial, jazz, and funk music, while Mad Flava’s national tour put them in the company of headliners KRS-One, A Tribe Called Quest, Ice Cube, Coolio, Cypress Hill and Gang Starr.

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