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DJs also create mixes, remixes and tracks that are recorded for later sale and distribution.
But last year, Mister Cee's own story began to take a bizarre and shocking turn, until finally, while millions of people listened, all his demons came tumbling out Every weekday, Calvin Lebrun—Wallop King, the Finisher, or as he’s known to most of the New York City area and around the world, Mister Cee—rises around 10 A. There is a calendar he keeps by his bed that’s inscribed with anniversaries—March 9, the day his friend Christopher Wallace, the Notorious B. G., was murdered, or October 17, Eminem’s birthday—and he consults it shortly after waking up. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights he does club gigs. So occasionally, someone like Jay Z might hand him or his friend Funkmaster Flex, who does Hot 97’s evening show, an exclusive premiere of a song, like 2009’s D. Searching for a way to say he did, or did not, pay cash to engage in certain activities with that person.
In hip hop, rappers and MCs use these beats to rap over.
DJs use equipment that can play at least two sources of recorded music simultaneously and mix them together.
As seen in the video by Mojaxx and DJ City below, even though the track says it'll be downloaded at 128kps, the song is actually transcoded at 128kps which makes the sound quality even worse than this.
Originally, the "disc" in "disc jockey" referred to gramophone records, but now "DJ" is used as an all-encompassing term to describe someone who mixes recorded music from any sources, including cassettes, CDs, or digital audio files on a CDJ or laptop.