2 Turntables And A Microphone DVD & Bag Giveaway


It’s been a while since we’ve done a giveaway, so this one is going to be short and sweet. Up for grabs is a Fuse goody bag and a copy of the 2 Turntables And A Microphone DVD, which chronicles the life and death of Run DMC’s DJ Jam Master Jay.

How To Win:

  1. Leave a comment with the name of the DJ that influenced you the most.
  2. A comment will be chosen at random.

A winner will be chosen on Thursday, July 29th at 3pm EST.

Note: The contest is over and the winner has been notified.

2,209 thoughts on “2 Turntables And A Microphone DVD & Bag Giveaway”

  1. Im a younger cat and since he introduced me to the game i’d say babu tho i have since found the work of the OGs in the game

  2. Jam Master Jay. the pioneer. the way he cut those horns. the way he controlled the mic. nuff said. he was run dmc!!!

  3. DJ Premier, since I learned to scratch from listening to him (before I actually saw a live scratch).

  4. DJ Krush from Japan, he’s done some of the most interesting blending of sounds out there, and has captured a vibe in his music specific to Japanese culture which should be a point of pride for them.

  5. when i first got my turntables i was chasing after vids of qbert and jazzy jeff trying to see what it was i should be looking to acheive with my turntables, then i saw what dj shadow and cut chemist were up to, it was through watching those two that i started really trying to unleash the creative potential of my decks, and is a lot of the reasoning behind why i started producing and sampling, so i owe it all to youtube, and those two 😛

  6. too many…x-men crew, beat junkies, scratchpiklz, allies, scratch perverts, 1200 hobos, 4onefunk, c2c.. founders like stevie d, kool herc, bam, jazzy jay & jeff, jam master and all those gradmasters/wizards like flash, theodore, dst…the list goes on with revolution, premier, skully…

  7. DJ Scratch (Jam Master DJ Scratch) Too many dope DJ’s to mention but DJ Scratch kinda wins that for me. Nice with the beats too. A real inspiration and all round talent.

  8. Grandmaster Flash was the DJ that made me decide “this is what I want to do!”. I studied every move, every break, every piece of equipment… There’s not a DJ alive that shouldn’t be paying Flash respect in some way.

  9. Tony Touch. To me he did everything I wanted to do. His mixtapes were classic, he had his own persona, he could cut, blend, and rock parties. With out me listening to Touch, I would have never wanted to listen to Babu, Qbert, Revolution, etc etc.. Touch was my gateway drug haha

  10. Dj Premier has influenced me most. I’ve always loved the music he’s created but seeing him live changed EVERYTHING for me! He still loves his craft and his passion spilled out over the croud! It was crazy! And life changing!

  11. DJ Craze was a big influence on my style. He signed my mixer in 2000, and I was able to book him to play here with me in Milwaukee in 2008. He and I still talk to this day. GREAT GUY, and an AMAZING DJ.

  12. DJ Qbert has influenced me most, his scratching is tight and his videos are a too, he clearly explains the different techniques which i was stuck on so yea, QBerts the man.

  13. DJ Cut Killer from NTM, those guys were killing it when I started. I heard and I had to shred..

  14. I have to go with Rob Swift too.. Not just because he’s on the front page, but he managed to pop up in a lot of music I was listening to when I was discovering hip hop

  15. It was the first time i saw Dj Craze back in miami. That was the first time i really saw a dj work! It was insane to me. After that i always wanted to follow up on craze to be learning the ticks.

  16. I would have to say DJ Qbert. His style to this day is hard to mimic, he’s a great ambassador for the culture as far as creating DJ schools for anyone to learn, and the fact that his video’s gives you great insight on what to buy, how to keep the flow of your routine tight and above all he’s in is prime which makes him still a tough DJ to battle on anyday makes him my favorite!

  17. The Miles Davis of turntablism.. A scratch Pikl and a Grandmixer that ‘Rock(ed) the Bells’ while scratching a drumbeat… No one does it better and still rocks decks in a dying art like QBert!

  18. DJing: Kid kapri

    Scratching: tied… Preemo & DJ scratch! Just listen to the cutting on EPMDs track ‘Rampage’ !! not to forget jazzy jeff or pete rock either…
    Might have to go with preem off ‘code of the streets’ alone!

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