Dame Williams has solidified his position as an amplifying DJ of Philadelphia. As a luminary affiliate of the world-renowned Scratch Academy, Dame has received mentorship from some of the biggest names in the industry including; Cosmo Baker, DJ Sat-One, Rich Medina, DJ Damage, DJ Royale and Mike Nyce; plus, featured alongside industry legends like Chuck Chillout, Kool DJ Red Alert and Funkmaster Flex.
With roots stemming from the urban eclectics of Pennsylvania (Reading, Lehigh Valley, and most recently Philadelphia), Dame Williams’ presence has expanded across the US to New York, New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware, Chicago, Texas, and California, crafting an extensive nightlife and industry event résumé while maintaining residencies at northeast nightclubs Down, Revel, Vesper and NOTO. Through this experience, Dame Williams has evolved from a strictly digital DJ to a lively open-format personality with the ability to manipulate any crowd across genres.
Beyond nightlife, Dame Williams has become a favored tastemaker for some of the most percipient clients in the world though his private event company Williams Event Group. Seamlessly blending the lines between nightlife and private industry events, WEG and Dame Williams boast an ever-growing list of influential corporate clients including; Nike, Cyclebar, Tierney, Deco Lighting, Macys, Athleta, Beautycon Festivals, Foot Locker, Hollister, Redbull and The Collegiate Rugby Championship.
Beautycon Festivals, Made In America Festival, Nike, Simon Properties, Cyclebar, Tierney, Deco Lighting, LightFair International, Macy’s, Foot Locker, Puma, True Religion, Athleta, Indochino, Hollister, Redbull, The Collegiate Rugby Championship, Bon Ton, CB2, Scratch Music Group, T-Mobile, Swatch and more.
Wells Fargo Arena, NOTO (PHL), Down (PHL), Rumor (PHL), Scores (AC), Revel Social (Broadway), Vesper Sporting Club (PHL), JD McGillicuddy’s, Gunner’s Run, Urban Saloon, Pig Pen Fun Bar, Maingate Nightclub, Catch 22, Monclair Chill and more.
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Anthony Michael Cappelletti also known now as DJ Capps was first introduced to the DJ culture from a longtime friend of his back in the early 2000’s. All it took was one night out at a friend’s gig, and Capps was sold. He knew after that night, he wanted nothing more than to pursue a music and performance career. Capps had no idea what he was getting himself into, but two weeks after that night, Capps was working for Entertainment Company Center Stage Entertainment. Capps was hooked and he was lucky enough to start his career with some highly talented DJs who set him up with the essentials to start spinning and make something of his career. Capps did not want to play music though, he did not want to spin the hottest track on the radio, he wanted to do more so much more
Let’s fast forward a few years Capps was about eight years in with Center Stage Entertainment spinning as an open format DJ you could catch him at Revel Resort all summer or Lit Ultra Bar any given Saturday night. Capps has opened for big name DJs like Chainsmokers, Laidback Luke, Bassjackers; the list goes on and on.
It does not matter where the party is: Capps can throw down anywhere, all the newest and hottest nightclubs, local bars, after hours spots, even a strip club or two. One of Capps’ most memorably performance was at New Year’s Eve 2017 at Wav Nightclub AC. He was spinning in front of 4,500 people and then some, was his biggest turn out yet. He cannot wait to see what is to come in the future. Make sure to check him out on his social media for latest news on everything Capps.
Making a name for himself in the Atlantic City area since the early 90’s djing local parties, Paul began his official DJ career at Club Delirium in Margate, NJ. Years later, he ventured into Philadelphia to work with production team Ivan Barias & Carvin Haggins at Home Cooking Studios as an assistant engineer. Besides spinning records, Paul has engineered studio sessions for artists like Freeway, Mario, Musiq Soulchild, Skillz, and R&B singer Mia. Paul was fortunate to work in professional and creative environments with established artists while working at Home Cooking Studios. Paul Castro has shared stages with various acts such as Das Efx, Onyx, la India, Tres Coronas, Maxwell, Paul Van Dyke, Lil John, and Jermaine Dupri, to name a few.
For the past year, Nomad has been busy rebranding his stage moniker working on tech house singles showcasing a rhythmic side of the artist with a more mature “Essentials” house kind of vibe, and feel that adds to his eclectic house production style. “I like to experiment with all kinds of styles of electronic and hip hop music.” Staying relevant is by far the DJ’s toughest competitor. Nomad’s 90’s music influences keep his musical appetite for great sounding music alive.
His fans can always stay in touch with him thru a variety of social media platforms, but Nomad hopes to integrate all to his own King Of Clubs Music App. Sample an array of original hip hop Music Production from Nomad classics and original gems and personal collections, extended mixes and mashups. To ordering hoodies, bags and hats to finding suggestions to hot bites and ultimately finding staying up to date with his nightlife news and upcoming shows.
With over 10 years in experience in rocking parties, spinning records with the world’s best to a sold out crowd never sounded better. Nomad’s crowd control and popularity is ever growing. “Some people like to play cool beats, I like to play good records.”
You can catch the “East Coast Nomad” currently performing his latest DJ sets at Premier Borgata in Atlantic City currently sharing stages with top industry talents such as Tiesto, Eric Pryds, Cedric Gervais, Aoki, Audien, Laidback Luke and may who’s who A list of chart topping DJs and Producers.
Nomad joins Borgata’s premier DJ residency roster for 2018. Premier is Borgata’s newest 14 million dollar nightlife project which feels like home for the Hometown DJ.
In 2009, the West Philly native DJ Muve decided to share his passion for music with the world and bought his first set of turntables. He completed his higher education at Neumann University, where he earned a degree in the Communication Arts. Shortly thereafter, he served 9 months in Iraq with the United States Air Force.
When DJ Muve isn’t at the gym, on a jet ski or with his nose stuck in a book he can be found at any of the hottest clubs or bars in Philadelphia, Atlantic City, Avalon and Ocean City, Maryland.
His love for all music is heard in his seamless transitions and knack to read a crowd. You will forget you have been dancing for hours as he sends you on a journey throughout multiple music genres and decades. Whether it be your current favorite car karaoke radio tune, guiltiest pleasure throwbacks, fist pumping EDM or hard hitting Hip-Hop.
DJ Muve can currently be found at clubs and bars similar to his current residencies; Down, Recess, Porta, Bru, Mad River, City Tap House, Barnaby’s The Great American Pub, in the Greater Philadelphia Area; KISS KISS Night Club Atlantic City; Fager’s Island, in Ocean City; The Princeton in Avalon.
DJ Stampone, born and raised in the City of Brotherly Love, prides himself on seeing others have fun. From nightclubs to weddings and everything in between. Stampone can not only speak through a mic but very clearly speaks through his music. His connection with any type of crowd is truly special. Being one of the younger current DJs in the game, Stampone makes it known that he respects everyone that has come before him & the one that have guided him to where he has gotten thus far. Stampone is best known for his versatility, staying humble, and his never-ending support of his friends. All three mean the world to him. You may have seen DJ Stampone all season long complimenting DJ Ghost at Philadelphia 76ers games and events. but you can catch him everywhere at all of the hot spots in Center City Philadelphia, Atlantic City, Sea Isle City, Wildwood, and more. To keep track of DJ Stampone, be sure to follow his adventures on all social media platforms.
Ryan “DJ Scooter” Williard shares the same passion for making music as he does playing it. From a young age, Scooter began to teach himself the art of music production and to craft a unique style of creating remixes for his sets. His talent made waves in the DJ community, and in 2005, he was asked to join the ranks of the most prestigious DJ remix website at the time: crooklynclan.net. He was one of the top-selling featured remix artist on the site until joining Direct Music Service in 2015. Scooter’s remixes are plated by DJs all over the US and abroad. Notable artists who support tracks Scooter has produced include Lil Jon, Diplo, Krewella, Jazzy Jeff, Vice and Z-Trip.
In 2010, Scooter’s reggae remix of “Rude Boy” by Rihanna was picked up by Def Jam Record Label as an official remix, pressed on 5 different issues of promo only and placed in steady rotation at many radio stations including Miami’s #1 hip hop station. Scooter is consistently putting out tracks that not only regular DJs are using, but international and celebrity DJs as well. In August of 2013, he released a remix of Miley Cyrus’s song “We Can’t Stop” which featured Jay-Z. Not only did that remix become the most preferred version of the song on US radio, across the nation, Miley herself used a portion of it for her now-infamous 2013 MTV Video Music Awards performance.
Scooter also crafted an edit for Beyonce’s “Formation”, which was personally approved by her on Sony Records for the compilation album BBC’s “Annie Mac Presents 2016”. Other major remix releases included Pharrell’s “Happy”, “Magic!”, “Rude”, Beyonce ft. Jay-Z’s “Drunk in Love”, Taylor Swift and OMI’s “Shake It Off”, “Cheerleader” and Demi Lovato’s “Really Don’t Care”.
Scooter’s unique style and ability to seamlessly mix from genre-to-genre using his own remixes and productions sets him apart from most. Scooter is also in his 10th year as a video DJ, and continues to do audio and video edits on a weekly basis.
Mr. Hollywood DJ
Mr. Hollywood DJ
Let’s be honest, anybody can call themselves a DJ and just play song. Everett “Mr Hollywood DJ” Jackson prides himself on being more than a DJ, he is a personality. Growing up in Philadelphia, he was considered a class clown, “showoff” and a busy body, always doing things to keep himself and his peers entertained. Eventually he began playing instruments and performing in shows to occupy his time and fulfill his need to be in front of his peers.
Throughout college, Hollywood used his weekends to fuel his passion for music and entertaining. He began DJing his friends parties on and off campus and at local bars. Still a busy body as an adult, Hollywood ventured into the world of TV and worked on air with networks such as MTV, BET, ESPN, and Fox. Presently, still working as an on air personality for CBS and CW he continues to perfect his craft of making the parties that he performs as a unique experience every time.
When you listen to Hollywood and close your eyes, you hear his influences such as DJ Jazzy Jeff for his precision and technique, Quest Love for his extensive music knowledge , and Fatman Scoop for his ability to hype a crowd. Hollywood has played and performed for people such as Diddy, Wiz Khalifa, DMX, Tyga, Philadelphia 76ers and many more. His extensive knowledge of music from hip hop, pop, house, funk, oldies and everything else in between combined with an ability to read and manipulate a crowd, Hollywood puts on a performance every time. These days you can catch Mr Hollywood DJ rocking parties all across the country with his signature electric energy style and finesse. No matter if it is a night club, private party, corporate event, celebration or cruise ship, you can expect the crowd to be on their feet having the time of their lives! You can book Mr Hollywood for your next event (party, bar mitzvah, wedding, sweet 16, prom…etc) by phone 347-231-8205 or email inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
DJ Jason Weiss
DJ Jason Weiss
DJ Jason Weiss has been rocking dance floors for over 10 years. Getting his start at Penn State University in the fraternity and sorority scene he continued his love of rocking parties in the Tri State area and Jersey Shore markets. Using an open format approach to DJing, he is able to play to any crowd and throw down a set in any genre. DJ Jason Weiss has held various residencies throughout the city of Philadelphia and you can currently find him at Public House, Field House and Pennsylvania 6. Over the summer catch him every Saturday at the Whitebrier in Avalon, NJ which is constantly ranked the best party on the island. He recently got back from spinning in STK at the Cosmopolitan and Planet Hollywood Pool Party in Las Vegas and will be making regular trips back to play again out West. Crossing over into the private event world DJ Jason Weiss has been able to take his club/bar knowledge and it apply it to any dance floor. No genre is safe when DJ Jason Weiss is spinning.
DJ Ronnie D
DJ Ronnie D
Ronnie DeVera also known as DJ Ronnie D found his love of spinnin’ at the age of 14. With his two Technic 1200 turntables and a Numark mixer, Ronnie D gained his inspiration and passion from listening to DJs such as Jam Master Jay, DJ Cash Money, and DJ Jazzy Jeff. By listening to their beats and scratching techniques, Ronnie D found his one of a kind style and groove that the Philadelphia and Tri-State area would later know him by.
Ronnie D’s career took off in 1993 when he landed his first job as a “fill in” DJ at Egypt Nightclub. Soon his “fill in” job turned into a resident gig on Wednesday nights in Egypt’s Plush Room. In 1999, Ronnie D gained residency on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights at the popular Philadelphia swing club 5spot where he helped mold the club into one of the hottest spots in Olde City. His career at the 5spot lasted until 2003 when he made his residency move to 32 Degrees in both Olde City, Philadelphia and Tropicana, Atlantic City.
Ronnie D continued to make his moves across some of the hottest and most notable spots in Philadelphia. He’s left his Ronnie D “mark” at Shampoo Nightclub, Envy Nightclub, North Lounge, Bamboo Lounge, Swanky Bubbles, Marmont, and MINT Olde City. In 2006 and 2007 Ronnie D was named as the area’s 2nd best DJ by Philly Style Magazine. Additionally, he has DJ’d special events for Premier Sports & Entertainment, Cashman & Associates, and Puma Clothing store in Philadelphia and New York City. Ronnie D’s next and biggest venue became Mixx Nightclub at Borgata Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City, NJ where he stayed from 2007-2010. In 2013 & 2014, Ronnie D won the Philadelphia Nightlife Award for Best EDM DJ.
Now back in Philadelphia, Ronnie D can be heard at Zee Bar Social Lounge every Wednesday and Friday night and G Lounge every other Saturdaynight. He also can be found at Tango Karaoke & Sushi Bar every Monday night as he hosts “RELEASE,” a party for all those in the service industry.
The artists & DJs that Ronnie D had the pleasure to work with and open for:
DJ Tiesto, Erick Morillo, Carl Cox, DJ Scribble, DJ Bad Boy Bill, Questlove, DJ Jazzy Jeff, DJ Kid Capri, Wyclef, Jermaine Dupri, New Kids on the Block, Rick Springfield, Lady Gaga, Kevin Rudolph, & Kid Rock just to name a few.
The Menace Cartel consists of NJ natives and the young, talented duo of DJ Menace and Michael Cartel. To call them strictly DJ’s is an understatement, as this team with an ear for sound, all genres of house music especially, are complete entertainers with pure talent. Untypical to most up and coming DJ’s today, Menace Cartel have an uncanny knack to read the crowd, take their energy, and continue to swoon the crowd through the night in any setting. Progressively taking you from start to finish in am impeccably smooth and subtle manner that by the time you know it, the night’s over and you come out more than satisfied.
After forming their DJ tandem in 2011, the pair spent 3 years just polishing their craft and exploring sounds until they solidified an identity. From vocal house, to electro, to disco-house – they found a comfort zone in the sub-genres of the late 2000’s EDM boom, with grooves and bass-lines that really captivated crowds.