DJ Jersan

Starting as a Hip Hop DJ, that will always be his love but his diversity in styles makes him very adaptable to most environments. With an understanding of giving the people what they want, but giving it that something extra is what sets Jersan apart from the majority of other DJ's. Taking pride in touching the crowd in a unique way is the best way to describe Jersan's style projected in his mixes and live DJ sets.

Next x Tinashe Too Close 2 On (Shan Tha Don Blend)

Like it or not, this R&B classic “Too Close” works every time……I mean EVERY time. Shan Tha Don has struck gold with this refresh blending with Tinashe’s hit single “2 On”. This is gonna stay in heavy rotation for a long time.

Dr. Dre – Forgot About Dre (Drezo Remix)

This Dr. Dre classic seems to get remixed frequently, for obvious reasons. More often than not, its poorly done and not necessary. This Drezo remix is on the deeper side, G-House written all over it, THAT BASS THO!!!! Ill take it.

Fellow – Dayne Jordan produced by DJ Jazzy Jeff

Jazzy Jeff coming correct with that proper Hip Hop!! As hard as it is to find, Jeff stays consistent with his jazzy production style, as Dayne Jordan laces the beat with solid rhymes. I never expect anything less from Jeff, keep championing the movement!!

DJ Spair- Pee Wee’s Twerk House

DJ Spair really showed his age on this twerk remix of the Pee Wee’s Playhouse theme. This will get spins from me just for the nostalgia factor alone. Pee Wee’s Playhouse was one of the best Saturday Morning shows of all time. Im almost certain I can say I watched every episode. Im sorrrrry, im so so sorrrry. IMMMMMM NOT SORRRRRRRRYYYYYYY!!!!

Dillon Francis – Masta Blasta 2.0

Dillon Francis has a very distinct sound and stands out from all the rest. I guess thats why I really enjoy most of his releases. Masta Blasta was a huge tune, but rarely found the right opportunity to drop it. Masta Blasta 2.0 revisits Dillon’s Moombahton roots. Giving it that stompy beat makes 2.0 more dancefloor friendly. This beat bangs, instant add to the rotation.

Ed Sheeran – Don’t (Netsky Remix)

Feeling this Netsky D&B Remix of Ed Sheerans “Dont”. Finding clever remixes done right, but not over done, keeping the song structure similar to the original is what makes this playable for any open format DJ set. This remix would definitely catch the ear of a D&B fan not expecting to hear it and light enough for the casual music listener to enjoy as well. Kudos NETSKY!!!

Goapele – Hey Boy Feat. Snoop Dogg

Good little soul joint collabo with Goapele & Snoop Dogg on the team-up. At that midtempo 115bpm range, its got a nice feel to it. Something to sip a cocktail to on a patio watching a sunset on any beach on earth with that special someone.

Notorious B.I.G x Bobby Shmurda – Hot N*gga (DJZA JUICY REWORK)

This Bobby Shmurda buzz has had me scractching my head a bit, i probably need to read more into it. Hes probably a son or a nephew of a legend, who knows but shit ain’t that HOT. Thank’s to DJ ZA I can to jump on this Shmurda bandwagon and fake like I knew what was up all along!!

Drake – 0 to 100 (Spaveech Remix)

Everyone has their personal preferences or fall back artists when looking for a dope remix. As of recently Spaveech is my go to, really enjoying the edits and remixes realeased lately. If you’re looking for dance remixes for club rap or radio R&B, put Spaveech remixes in your crates and take em’ for a spin.

Lil Troy – Wanna Be A Baller (Big Once Remix)

Big Once 2011 Red Bull Thre3style US Champion and 1 half of DJ Supergroup BOAT (Big Once And Trentino) reigning out of Chicago USA, puts it down as he always does with this Remix of Lil Troy’s “Wanna Be A Baller”. I never was a fan of the track honestly, not once have I played this in any of my DJ sets, but now I will now. I have never been steered wrong with any release by Big Once. Chicago Stand Up!!!!