DJX – 93.5 The Move – 5pm 6 Mix – Jan 16, 2019

Wow. – Post Malone
Plug Walk – Rich The Kid
Me & U – Cassie
Say Aah – Trey Songz (feat. Fabolous)
Loyal – Chris Brown ft. Lil Wayne & Too Short
The Next Episode – Dr Dre (feat. Snoop Dogg)
Look Back At It – A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie
Rude Boy – Rihanna
BBHMM (Diplo & Grandtheft Remix) – Rihanna
Get Ur Freak On (Neon Steve Remix) – Missy Elliott
Taste – Tyga feat. Offset
Better – Khalid
Twerk Remix – City Girls ft. Cardi B
MIA – Dom Da Bomb Remix – Bad Bunny ft. Sean Paul & Drake

By |2019-02-17T16:01:15+00:00January 16th, 2019|6mix, DJX, Hip Hop, Mixes, R&B|0 Comments

DJX – 93.5 The Move – New Years Eve 6 Mix – The Best of 2018

By |2019-02-17T16:01:29+00:00January 15th, 2019|6mix, DJX, Hip Hop, Mixes|0 Comments

All The Best Throwbacks Vol 3

all the best throwbacks vol 3 by adrien king -djx

Billie Jean ­- Michael Jackson
Word up ­- Cameo
Everything She Wants ­- Wham
Poison – Bell Biv Devoe
Feels Good -­ Tony! Toni! Tone!
Bust a Move – Young MC
She’s Fresh – Kool & The Gang
Lucky Star – Madonna
Don’t You Want Me – Human League
White Lines (Don’t Do It) – Grandmaster Flash & Melle Mel
Caribbean Queen – Billy Ocean
Rub You The Right Way ­- Johnny Gill
How Will I Know – Whitney Houston
Into The Groove – Madonna

By |2019-02-19T11:30:58+00:00September 10th, 2018|DJX, Mixes, Old School, Pop|0 Comments

All The Best Throwbacks Vol 2

all the best throwbacks vol 2 by djx

Wannabe The (X­Mix) ­- Spice Girls
Runaway ­- Janet Jackson
Let’s Talk About Sex ­- Salt­N­Pepa
I Want You Back ­- N’SYNC
They Reminisce Over You (T.R.O.Y) ­- Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth
This Is How We Do It ­- Montell Jordan
Feel So Good ­- Mase (feat. Kelly Price)
Be Faithful ­- Fatman Scoop ft Crooklyn Clan
Set Adrift On Memory Bliss ­- P.M. Dawn
I Can’t Go For That (No Can Do) ­- Hall & Oates
Never Gonna Give You Up ­- Rick Astley
Rumors ­- Timex Social Club
I Can’t Wait ­- Nu Shooz
I Got A Man ­- Positive K
Break My Stride ­- Matthew Wilder
Like A Prayer ­- Madonna
Tearin’ Up My Heart ­- N’sync
Changes ­- 2Pac
Hang On To Your Love ­- Sade

By |2019-02-19T11:30:48+00:00September 10th, 2018|DJX, Mixes, Old School, Pop|0 Comments

40 Years Of Hip Hop

40 Years Of Hip Hop Photography

Che Kothari & The Gladstone Hotel Present: 40 YEARS OF HIP HOP
A Scotia Bank CONTACT Photography Festival Featured Exhibition.

1974. 40 years ago. A movement of epic proportions begins to unfold.

Civil war in Ethiopia has broken out. The crew of Skylab 4 return to Earth after 84 days in orbit. The Rubix Cube is invented. The first issue of People Magazine is released. Happy Days and Jaws are first hitting screens and Muhammad Ali knocks out George Foreman in the most storied boxing match in history. In the South Bronx, New York City – an important story is beginning to be written; one that will forever impact humanity’s cultural identity. Hip Hop is being born.

From its humble beginnings to today, Hip Hop has evolved from a voice for the voiceless to a dominant global youth culture occupying mainstream media and generating billion dollar revenues. A paradoxical juggernaut, Hip Hop is at once co-opted for corporate and personal gain while remaining the primary galvanizer in the fight against oppression and for community building movements around the world. This exhibition explores a sliver of the evolution of this cultural phenomenon through large scale photographic prints from some of the culture’s pioneer documentarians alongside some of its contemporary image-makers. From the youthful and rebellious street cultures that shaped Hip Hop’s essence and style, to artists who’ve reached the highest echelons of commercial success – the exhibit focuses on a North American perspective and fixes its lenses on the most prominent figure from this multi-elemental culture – the emcee. The exhibit does not aim to act as a chronological or definitive recounting of the movement (to do so would require multiple museum shows, books, documentaries, retrospectives and more) – rather it aims to celebrate a collection of iconic portraits that serve as vital contributions to the immortalization of some of the legends of Hip Hop – and the legend of Hip Hop itself.

Featuring select works by:
Ernie Paniccioli
Jamel Shabazz
Jonathan Mannion
Nabil Elderkin
Janette Beckman
Charlie Ahearn
Estevan Oriol
Che Kothari
Mike Schreiber
Matt Barnes
Steve Carty

More to be announced.

Curated by Che Kothari & Ryan Paterson

Opening May 2nd 2014 | Exhibit Runs May 2-May 30

Opening Nigiht “In Conversation with… Jonathan Mannion” | 6 – 7pm

Opening Night Exhibition Hours | 7 – 11pm

Opening Night Party | 10pm – 2:30pm

Music Spanning 40 Years of Hip Hop by:

Mel Boogie
Nino Brown
DJ Law

Hosted by

Wan Luv

Buy Tickets Here

By |2014-04-15T10:36:08+00:00April 15th, 2014|DJX, Hip Hop|0 Comments


Adrien King “DJX” speaks on the life and times of a Toronto Hip Hop DJ hosting The Power Move Show on CKLN 88.1 FM every Sat. from 1-4pm. Some interesting things that you never knew are revealed. Big shout out to Tochi for putting this together.

By |2018-06-09T12:32:05+00:00July 2nd, 2010|DJX, Hip Hop|0 Comments