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Created by The Core DJ's Jul 6, 2014 at 4:18pm. Last updated by The Core DJ's Jul 6, 2014.

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Both an old school pioneer and the hottest producer in his scene, DJ Excel has been weaving together samples and genres his contemporaries dare not touch for more than a decade. He is internationally renowned for his delicious brand of Baltimore Club music, as well as some of the sweetest hip-hop in the Mid-Atlantic.Hailing from the greenest pastures of Baltimore, DJ Excel became an instant connoisseur of the scratch and sample the first time he touched 1200s. Tuned in to the early style of Prince Paul, Schooly D, Run DMC and Beastie Boys, as well as the underground DJs tearing it up late night on 88.9FM, he finally borrowed a Casio sampler from his East Roc neighbor, David Ross and went to work. In 1995, DJ Excel walked into Inner City Records store, and placed in front of DJ Scottie B a painstakingly-crafted, fresh labor of love: the modern Baltimore Club classic "This DJ/Kaptain Jack". Before there were automated midis or synch cables, Excel used a 4-track tape deck and a Gemini 24-second sampler to build the club hit he brought to Unruly. Scottie B stopped the music in his store and played the track right on the spot, and they watched as heads turned and started bouncing. He was quickly recognized for his unadulterated talent, business savvy, and make-it-happen attitude, and began building with the biggest players of the Baltimore Club and Hip-hop scenes. In the years following his debut vinyl, he worked with numerous local and national icons, including DJ Scottie B and Unruly Records, Rod Lee, Big Red, Koolbreez (Two Whyte Kidz), Bossman, Blaqstarr, Braille , Hezekiah, and many more.
Pressing the pause button on his inevitable musical growth, Excel took a hiatus from the industry in the late '90s to enjoy an expeditious career in the mortgage industry and raise his daughter. Unable to shelve his craving for spinning records, he jumped on the opportunity to grab three truck loads of vinyl, and dived back into the mix. His reemergence was welcomed and supported by his fellow local legends, and in 2004 he opened Bmore Original Records.

He pushed out his mixtape of 60 tracks of old school bliss "Live from Yesterday" in 2006, to much local and national love. He also dropped the witty "Borat Comes To Bmore". At the end of 2007, he dropped the Friday Night Bounce LP, including the heart-pounding track "Alive". This was quickly followed up by the tongue-in-cheek club remix of Pastor Manning's slanderous Barack Obama attacks, "That's What a Pimp Does (Respect His Gangsta Mix)" off of Soundcheck EP, which garnered attention everywhere from the City Paper to MSNBC. His list of upcoming projects, innovative collaborations and unclaimed production credit grows daily, and as 2008 flushes out, the world will see, hear, and dance to more creative output than one person can be expected to produce.

These days, more than ever, DJ Excel simply can't stop creating. His peers, fans, and colleagues race daily to keep up with his creations. He smokes a cigar, and lickity-split creates a ground-breaking formula for music promotion. Two hours later, he's pacing the Bmore Original studio, having just remixed three golden tracks, directed a photo shoot, and cooked dinner with his daughter.

Leveraging his highly coveted producer's Midas touch, he is always making three moves at once, not just for himself, but for everyone around him. Artists on the scene today know that to sit down with DJ Excel is to take their career seriously: step into the studio to shop the freshest beats and production quality available in the Baltimore/Washington D.C. area, and you will leave with both a goldmine and a killer connect in your back pocket.


DJ Excel – Bmore A.D.D

DJ Excel – Singles & Remixes

The Lyricists feat Braille & J Pope

DJ Excel – Soundcheck EP

DJ Excel – The Friday Night Bounce LP

Hangar 18 – Bakin Soda(DJ Excel Remix)

EMajor-Majority Rules

Emajor - Major General Mixtape

The Lyricists- Get Heard or Die Tryin

DJ Excel- The Underground Files: The Prequal

Minlus n McCracken - Rock and A Hard Place

DJ Excel- Live From Yesterday

DJ Excel- This DJ/Kaptain Jack


Legend: BC= Baltimore Club HH= Hip Hop
DR= Digital Release
PR= Physical Release
PRO= Promotional Release

2008 Digital/ Physical Releases


DJ Excel - Singles & Remixes EP DJ Excel - Soundcheck EP


DJ Excel - Bmore A.D.D. DJ Excel - Obama That's What A Pimp Does DJ Excel - Pop That Kitty Remix
DJ Excel - Open the Doors All right
DJ Excel feat J Pope & EMajor - Like This
DJ Excel feat Tasherre - All I Know

2008 Promo Remixes

DJ Excel - Lock 320 (Kanye West Remix) DJ Excel feat Mulleyman - I'm Good There Remix DJ Excel - The Way I Work Remix

2008 Production Credits:

The Lyricists - Transmittin Live - The Radio EP

Transmittin Live The Juggle feat Khalel Reaction
Grown Up feat Braille & J Pope
Bubble Guts
Rules of Attraction
Now Hear This feat Illyas of Tanya Morgan

EMajor - Majority Rules Album

Dont Worry Got It Goin On Lets Pretend outro
The Next Episode (Scratches)

2007 Digital/ Physical Releases


DJ Excel - The Friday Night Bounce LP

2007 Mixtapes:

DJ Excel - The Underground Files:The Prequel (Scribble Jam Promo)

2007 Singles

Hangar 18 (Def Jux) -Bakin Soda Remix DJ Excel - Alive The Lyricists - The Blast Off
DJ Excel feat EMajor - Think Twice
DJ Excel feat EMajor - Not the One
DJ Excel -Gurls Wanna (Have Fun)

2007 Promo Remixes

DJ Excel feat Asiam - Go (Bad Boy) DJ Excel feat Bossman & Blaqstarr - Push
Ya Top Back Remix
DJ Excel - Smack That Remix Eminem & Akon

2007-2008 Bmore Original Radio Shows

Sessions with Hezekiah (Rawkus Records) Sessions with The Lyricists
Sessions with EMajor
Sessions with Abrock
Sessions with Unreal
Sessions with Minlus N McCracken
Sessions with Verbatim
Sessions with J Pope
Sessions with Bossman
Sessions with Braille
Homegrown Pt 1
DownLo feat DJ Excel 2o Minute Workout (Bmore Club Mix)

Check In with Akrobatik
Check In with Sonny Brown
Check In with Termanology
Check In with Reef The Lost Cauze
Check In with Foul Mouth Jerk
Check In with REKS

2007 Production Credits:

Emajor - The General Mixtape

Shut The F&^k up feat Abrock,Emajor

Minlus & McCracken- Rock & A Hard Place Album

Rock & A Hard Place Like This Down To Sleep
Marked Man
Mission Accomplished

DJ Excel feat Ogun - Hardcore

2006 Digital/ Physical Releases

2006 Mixtapes:

DJ Excel - Live From Yesterday Mixtape

2006 Singles

DJ Excel feat Emmy - Allnitelong DJ Excel - Sweeter Dreams
DJ Excel - Here They Come Now (Mony, Mony Refix)
DJ Excel -Bmore Gurl (Promiscuous Girl remix)

2006 Promo Remixes

DJ Excel - Borat Comes To Bmore DJ Excel - Love Me or Hate Me (Lady Sovereign Remix)

2006 Production Credits:

Breakdown TV -Theme Song Days Dirges- Tha Total Opposite
Emajor -We Got It Goin On

2005-1996 Raising my daughter/mortgage biz

There were misc. production and ghost productions during this period.


1995 DJ Excel - This DJ Kaptain Jack- Unruly/ Knuckleheadz Records

Groups from 1989 - 1994

Shades Of Color- Three Blind Mice - Prophets of Rage Movie Soundtrack J Smoove- numerous unreleased tracks
Phatcat & Mr. Homicidee - Numerous unreleased tracks

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At 2:56pm on July 20, 2010, MP3Blast said…
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At 10:42am on August 28, 2009, St. James said…
What’s good fam!! The 1st of many from Indianapolis, IN finest is HERE! Core/Futurestar/Slip n Slide DJ Emiliot all the way from Belgium brings you a mixtape from 1 Hundred ENT, an established independent label from the Midwest. S Colli, H.A.V., Dangerous Minds, Dro Man, and Hardtimes...the team is official!! Your FeedBACK is APPRECIATED!!!

At 11:08am on June 23, 2009, Digital Atlanta said…
At 9:11am on April 16, 2009, Redell Drakeford said…
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At 5:05pm on April 11, 2009, DJ EXCEL said…
Chill wit the spam....don't really wanna build holla!

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