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Watch the third video in a series on DJ Jazzy Jeff. Get an inside look into the legendary DJ's take on Philly's music culture--from Gamble & Huff to now.
Watch the video below. You might be surprised by some of his music ties to Philly's music legacy!
Many hits that have come out of Philly since 2000 have been touched by DJ Jazzy Jeff's music production company, A Touch of Jazz, in some way. He began the company as way to experiment with different sounds, and it quickly became a breeding ground of the soul music resurgence that came out of Philly. Mega talents--artists like Jill Scott and Musiq Soulchild and songwriters/producers like Carvin & Ivan and Dre & Vidal--really developed their skills and sounds at A Touch of Jazz. Not to mention having major artists who recorded there, like Michael Jackson.
Watch the video to see what the legendary DJ had to say about A Touch of Jazz when we caught up with him in his recording studio.
And check out the first part to this series here.
Speaking of Philly DJ's...
We caught up with the legendary DJ Jazzy Jeff in his studio to give you an in depth look at his connection to Philly, the DJ culture and much more.
This is the first of four chapters in a video series we'll be rolling out each week this month with the Magnificent DJ Jazzy Jeff. Watch the first chapter to find out how he got his start with block parties.
And, check out part two of this series here.
When it comes to the ones and twos, Philly is where it's at. From DJ legends like DJ Jazzy Jeff to up and comers and chart toppers, our DJ scene has kept Philly on the pulse of hot music for years. Some of the most well-known, respected and sought after DJs in the world learned how to tear up the turn tables right here in Philly.
This is the first of many DJ videos we'll be dropping this year. So sit back while we mix it up a bit.
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