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i have to agree being a former dj that started out in the early 80"s we were breaking records every week that came out of the record store today alot of djs want you to pay them if your a indie artis or there asking you how much is your budget just to get behind a record and the funny thing is nobodys paying for music anymore so whats the diffrence my motto is if the records hot im playing it i dont care whos on it thats what i did and thats what the people want. who wants to hear the same 20 records over and over again.and it might seem that im hating on djs but thats not true i loved to dj and i love to listen to djs doing there thing but remember your doing because you love to spin and play music thats why i did it it wasnt about money to me it was about going to the hottest record stores in my area going thru the crates picking out the hottest shit and playing it at the clubs and dances and everybody coming up to you asking who that artis where can i get that song so just break records do what you do
I know the company in corporate owned stations have the say so, but I think dj's can still make or brake the record, but this still make it hard for indy artist and companies, but we still pushing hard!!!
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