DJ Greyson Jubilee’s GreyWorld Radio: Hurricane Irma Edition; Originals vs Samples
DJ Greyson Jubilee hunkered in at home in Ft. Lauderdale braving the Hurricane Irma to bring us another awesome GreyWorld radio mix. “Hurricane Irma was supposed to come through and reduce my city back to the swamp from which it evolved. Fortunately Irma Jean Jackson couldn’t afford another battery charge so she settled on assault, destruction of property, reckless endangerment and disturbing the peace,” he said.
Mixing classics such as Mary J Blige’s ‘My Life’ with the original ‘Everybody Loves The Sunshine’ by Roy Ayers, Janet Jackson’s ‘‘Anytime, Anyp’ace’ and Kendrick Lamar’s Poetic Justice. He was feeling old and decided to do an Original vs. Samples Old School/New School Mix, something Greyson absolutely does best. So enjoy the quiet storm, sexy beats and positive energy. Make sure you like, share and support.Until next time, keep them speakers bumping and the hearts thumping.
Greyson is resident DJ at Club Fellas in Ft. Lauderdale and also goes by the stage name of Jubilee King Bee. Currently working on his sixth studio project after already releasing the two solo albums, Prideology, Jungo Music, the EP Baile Peace and the mixtapes Shake Fest Volume 1 and 2. His latest single, Shame, samples Labelle’s song of the same title about bringing shame to one’s relationship. And if you happen to be in Ft. Lauderdale, visit Club Fellas Thursday nights when he’s DJ’ing and let him know we at PopGlitz.com sent you.
Glitzers, check out DJ Greyson Jubilee’s latest mix GreyWorld Radio: Originals Vs. Samples; Hurricane Irma Edition below and tell us what you think: