Friday Feel Good Valentine’s Mix Ft. DJ Asylum
This month, I gave Fry Weezie some time off to spend it with his new squeeze, Anita. So, we reached out to DJ Asylum and he blessed us with this smooth love making R & B Mix with all the Classic Slow Jams from back in the day. I got to say, if this does not get you in the mood to get busy, I don’t what will. This mix features nothing but the best of the 90’s joints from, R. Kelly, Troop, L.S.G, Joe, Usher, Keith Sweat, Rome, Janet Jackson, The Jets, to Johnny Gill, and many more.. A little Exciting, A little Naughty, A Little Nice. This mix is over an hour long. So get that someone special and let’s make it happen. Time to Dim the Lights and light a candle.
Enjoy the mix and Happy Valentine’s Day.
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We like to Introduce the Newest Member of the MIX 96.6 Familia… DJ Moussie. I have known Moussie since the late 80’s when I was pushing my Demo trying to get a record deal under our group name, Def Row. Moussie has been spinning for years and was part of the Double Exposure Boyz Experience (party crew) in the late 80’s. We finally got a change to hook up once again thanks to The MD Menudo DJ Network. I was happy to finally hook up once again and talk about good old times and just catch up. Come to find out, we have a lot in common when it comes to DJ’ing, we are both perfectionist in the DJ world. Moussie recently played @ Winter Jam 2011 and you will find him making an appearance @ the Shore Ultra Lounge in Strong Beach aka Long Beach. We are excited to have him in the family. He will be blessing us with a mix from time to time. Moussie welcome to the family…
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#FryWeezie… The man behind the Music.. Fry has been in the entertaining world since the early years of childhood. From BreakDancing to the art of DJ’ing, He has been entertaining folks of all ages. With his high pitch screechy voice and his “no fear” style of DJ’ing, he is guaranty to make you get down and boogie… His Real Break was at the age of 13 when he was asked to help DJ a Breakdancing Battle at a L.A. Skating Rink. The first record he played was a Michael Jackson Mega Mix on a 7″ white label vinyl. From then on, he got the itch in his Huevos. Fry was DJ’ing at High School Ditching Parties, House Parties, and anywhere that could play and show his skills. He hooked up with Dave Stylus @ Peppers Bar and Grill and the rest is History… How he got the Name, “Fry Weezie”, you asked? He worked at In N Out Burger for over 12 years and they always put him on the Fry station. In the Kitchen/Stand, they call a Well Done French Fry a “Fry Weezie”. Next thing you know, he was given the Name “Fry Weezie” by his fellow associates and it stuck.
I have always been the entertainer in my Family. At the young age of 8, I was dancing at the local malls and was hired as a crowd performer for mall fashion shows. I started break dancing in the early 80’s then started DJ’ing shortly after and soon became a popular house party DJ along the side of my party crew, The MDA Boyz and manager Sanders Woodall. Later, I met and teamed up with Matt Theriault, The Lumbajack, of Ill Boogie Records and worked along side with some of 80’s Hip Hop recording artist. At the Same time we were DJ’ng weddings, Quincineras, Private Parties, and Performing for local High schools.