DJ Hollywood - Artist Management
DJ Hollywood is extensively thought about among the most underrated and usually failed to remember of the hip jump legends.
There is little information around concerning his involvement in the category, but when you listen to other old college artists discuss leaders, Hollywood’s name is unavoidably among the names mentioned.
He was born in 1954.
As a disco deejay in the early to mid 1970s, he ended up being one of the initial folks to rhyme over the microphone. He additionally ended up being experienced at mixing the break beats of tracks like Kool Herc and others. He didn’t make use of many of the now well-known hip jump breaks, rather focusing a lot more on nightclub joints like “Aint No Stoppin United states Now”, “Love Is the Message”, “Sexy”, “Good Times” and “Got To Be Real.”.
He got a large following and took place to headline many events and was taken into consideration one of hip jump’s earliest stars. He mixed and rhymed and had a kid that utilize to deal with him called DJ Smalls.
He began a great deal of the very early rap phrases like, “Up my back and around my neck” and “Woo-Ha, obtained the ladies in check”. He is extensively known for devising the term “hip jump”, (although others state it was his once companion Lovebug Starski).
It should be noted that at one point Hollywood’s popularity was so excellent, that he made use of to be showcased at the Beauty. WBLS utilized to claim “Real-time” D.J. Hollywood live at the Beauty on 6 turntables. This was around ’79.
Sadly, like Kool Herc, his very early and a lot of prominent job is only taped in the memories of those that had the ability to view him live. Hollywood was more of a club DJ (He attracted a party crowd) Herc drew the B-boy crowd.
He released a single called “Shock Shock The House” in 1980 on CBS Records.
Grandmaster Flash dealt with him at one time as did Donald D and B FATS. Actually Donald D’s record “Don’s Groove” was created by Hollywood and generated by Flash.
“To Who It May want to Concern” was a 1986 try at a resurgence.
He faded from the setting by the mid-80s, yet resurfaced in the 90s as well as tape-recorded a center album for Ol’ Skool Flava.
Likewise made a recent return with Tha Veteranz which reunited him with Starski and Butchie B.