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Julian Campbell a.k.a. Dj Blac Jac Bio I was living in New York and the year was 1995, when I was taught how to mix. My friend was on the turntables mixing house music. I told him I wanted to learn and he taught me. For the next two years he taught me how to blend music. He felt that anyone can scratch, but if a dj can blend you can keep the party going. One year later I came to North Carolina to go to college. While in college my djing went to the next level, this was when I was introduced to art of scratching. I did all the parties and shows at the college. I also interned and djed on 97.9 late nights for Eddie Owens and Artie, The One Woman Party, mid-day mix. I did the Lost Boys concert for homecoming at the college I attended. When I left college, I had a djing jobs at local spots. I’ve worked with many local promoters in many clubs like Faces, Savoy, Eight Tracks, The Tunnel, Crystals, V.I.P Lounge, Luna Lounge, Twilight, and Kilamanjaro both are reggae clubs, and several other venues. I’ve djed numerous events such as weddings, birthday parties of all different kind of ages, and bar-b-ques. Along the way, I learned more about feeling the crowd. This is when I met Dj Base, Dj Dice and Dj Short Dawg. Under their tutelage, I have grown a lot. I worked with several promoters like G-Mitch, Constant Entertainment, True-X Entertainment, and Three B’s Entertainment. I’ve also put out several mix cds, 2 turntables and a mic series. I am now part of Regime Squad djs.
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