Grandmaster Jay Could Learn A Lot From These DJs

grandmaster jay li Grandmaster Jay Could Learn A Lot From These DJs

Recently, Grandmaster Jay attempted to showcase how "real" of a DJ he is with a wack DJ routine that has done nothing more than baffle the DAD staff and DJ aficionados worldwide. Why he'd choose to let his ship sink any further is beyond us, but it's really sad that he put out that video to highlight what he felt was prominent DJ skills for someone deemed to be "legendary." Now we know of a number of talented DJs, across a number of different genres, that would crush Grandmaster Jay, but instead of totally pissing on his parade, we figured it would be better to highlight DJs that he could study, ones that could help emphasize qualities that Jay's lacking. Here are a number of DJs that are better than Grandmaster Jay, and what he could learn from each of them.

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  • DJ Mixtron

    I just saw this Grandmaster Jay in Cleveland and began researching him
    all the drama he stirred up this past November. I’ve read a ton of
    negative and positive stuff about this dude that has come out in the
    last two months and I must say that he has gotten more publicity than
    any other dj I have ever seen. The Beamz demo he gave was actually
    pretty solid with the turntables and Serato together. But it seemed more
    people were interested in him rather than the gear. I saw the latest
    videos and read the interview he gave to some magazine and now it all
    makes sense to me. This was an Old School dude that got back in the game
    and did it by hook or crook

    I don’t jump on bandwagons without doing my research and
    I’m not biggin this guy up for how he did it but see for yourself. A
    lot of us are just hearing the name Grandmaster Jay outside of the
    hardcore dj world. Watch this video is at and the magazine interview is at

    I believe this guy has set himself up to be the next Paris Hilton level Celebrity DJ. IJS