The-Lost-Art.com Presents: DJ Throdown – True to the Craft

 The-Lost-Art.com Presents: DJ Throdown – True to the Craft

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CaptureIt has been said that legends are created not birthed; but DJ Throdown has defiled this statement. Through his passion to pursue the ultimate plateau as New York’s best kept secret, it almost seems as though he was created to do what he does best.

Though his ultimate roots began in the Bronx, he has branched off into different cities, states and a large arena of events and social gatherings.  As author Marsha Sinetar quoted, “Life’s up and downs provide windows of opportunity to determine your values and goals…Think of using all obstacles as stepping stones to build the life you want”; indeed DJ Throdown has encompassed this.  He has taken every opportunity to step into an element of excellence due to his obstacles now turned into greater opportunities.

With 16yrs of experience, his style of dee-jaying has no limits.  Whether spinning Hip hop, R&B, old school, reggae or even club music, without a doubt, he will always guarantee to “Keep the crowd moving”.  His collaboration and genius ability to mix and intertwine music of different genres; allows crowds of vast ages to relate and relax to the selections that he, brilliantly collages. DJ Throdown  has been compared to the likes of Funkmaster Flex, and Ron G just to name a few.  He has not only graced the tri-state area, he also expanded his talent all the way to Philly.  He has played in numerous venues in NYC such as The PALLADIUM, LUCY LOUNGE, GROOVEJETT, M BAR, FASHION 40 LOUNGE, The KATWALK, BAR 13, NATIONS BAR AND LOUNGE, and the legendary NELLS.  He has also played at the Club Millennium (currently closed), in Newark, NJ.  Alongside his many skillful appearances, DJ Throdown   has worked as a Co-hosted on radiomixshow at 99thejoynt .com Sundays from 11-2pm (2009); hosted his own mixshow at bouncefm.com, Saturdays 4-6pm “The- pre-club mixout” (2010); worked with Jones  New York  Style  Guy and  Ann  Taylor stores (2010); twice as a special guest  DJ for the Michaelaradio show (2010,2011); DJ  for The Ted  Smooth old  school summer jam (2011).

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DJ Throdown  is not only a regular at parties, radio shows, lounges, etc.; but he has proven his great talent to the hospital organizations and kids ventured organizations alike.  He has been the official  DJ  for  “The  Strut Ya Stuff” Talent  Show  for kids (2009,2010,2011), Scratch  Academy  for  Fashion  Week  at  Lord and  Taylors  For  Lloyd  Boston,  DJ  for  The Academy of Mount  St.  Ursula  High School  for  Girls-Valentine’s  Day   Dance (2012) and  for  St. Luke’s   Hospital  Christmas Party (2009,2010,2011), to name a few.

When Throdown  is not in the clubs moving the crowd, or mixing it up, he is involved in listening parties for BadBoy, Universal and Sotti Records.  He is also actively involved in promotional and production events for TL5GROUP and TGroove productions.  DJ Throdown is also the Ceo of “Party over Enterpises” which he founded in 2002.  He’s always producing the hottest mix CD’s from old school to new school that has circulated throughout the Tri-state area.

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Throdown  is always on the look-out for fresh new artists to advance their career; whether by mixed CD circulation or just grinding the pavement with promoting hot new acts. 

Finally, Throdown is true to his craft and music.  Throdown has a true love of music that will continue forever.  So, if you haven’t heard of DJ THRODOWN, you will eventually because IT’S TIME TO LET NEW YORK’S BEST KEPT SECRET OUT!!

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The-Lost-Art.com Presents: DJ Throdown True to the Craft Saturday’s Pre-club mix out 8p – 10p EST

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