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‪We’ve got it all, Soca of Trinidad & Tobago, Barbados. The shores of Jamaica for Dancehall & Reggae. India for Bollywood. Reggaeton out of Puerto Rico, Columbia, & Venezuela. We also bring the bass w/ EDM & Trance of Germany, France, Holland. NYC & Atlanta for Hip Hop, Rap. ‬

As we enter 2019 we bring you some classics from 2018, like Uncle Ellis. Keeping up with the Soca vibe we also have Skinny Fabulous and Machel Montano. Also big up to Grenada with Lavaman and Tallpree on the Jab Jab mode. 

In 2019 definitely be on the lookout for Gaia Beat leading the Afrobeat movement early on in the year. 

On the Dancehall mix, we got Ricky Blaze, Richie Loop, Ding Dong, and Beenie Man. 

Tune in next week, we may even throw in some Chutney tunes!

Still fresh in 2019 we continue the party and the celebration with Machel Montano and Angela Hunte, Patrice Roberts, DJ Bravo, and Lyrikal.

We even throw in some Bollywood vibes with the soon to be smash hit of the revamped Chamma Chamma.

On the Dancehall side of the remixes, we have Konshens featuring Chris Brown, Valentino Khan featuring Sean Paul, and Mr. Vegas.

Happy New Year's, welcome to 2019! Shout out to all of my in-laws from Guyana, Florida, and New York City. Big up Kid Kut voice of the Vibe. 

We got the hits of 2018, with Loud Luxury, Busy Signal, Machel Montano, and much more. Thank you for a fantastic 2018. Hope you all enjoyed your holidays!

That's right we are ending this year with a big bang! Giving you the best of this year's Soca and EDM. Hits from Mr Legz, Stiffy, Marzville, Destra, and Busy Signal. 

On the EDM/Trance side, we have Hardwell, Avicii (RIP my brother, your live sets, and innovative mashups will always be remembered and celebrated), Rihanna, Kings of Leon, and much more!

Shout out and lots of love to our fans liking and sharing our mixes on Mixcloud (https://www.mixcloud.com/djravijay/).

Big up to all of our fans celebrating the holidays. As part of our annual tradition, we visit Dyker Heights Christmas Lights in Brooklyn. This year we got to meet B&R Christmas Decorators, and they told us about this amazing charity, Michael's Cause (#michaelscause), that is raising funds to support research for Muscular Dystrophy. Give Michael and his family some holiday cheer this year at http://www.michaelscause.org/

As we count-down the 12 days of Christmas we put you in the dancing mood with some sweet Soca tunes by Kevin Lyttle. Throwbacks from Ravi B, the Chutney Soca Monarch, and hits from Rick Ramoutar. 

On the Dancehall mixes, we have Elephant Man, I-Octane, and Sean Paul to keep you hot on this winter season. 

We begin this week's podcast with another exclusive collaboration between Rupee and Black Shadow. Before heading off into the land of Bollywood with some classics from the 90s. Featuring the best of Udit Narayan, Alka Yagnik, Asha Bhosle, and much more.  We even feature one of the biggest hits featured on memes and even getting millions of hits on YouTube, Chat Deni Maar Deli (Bhojpuri)

As we step into full holiday mode, we got some blazing hot mixes to keep you warm and cozy. Big hits from QQ and Salty.  Also, we go from classics to what’s hot this season!

On the Soca side of things we have Patrice Roberts and Salty with his smash it “Tic Toc”

Shout out to our African massive from coast to coast tuning in each and every mix, we got some hits by yours truly Ice Prince. 

This week we even take it further, big up the European massive with hits coming from Million Stylez 

For our Dancehall historians, we give you a treat this week, with some classic throwback tracks by Dancehall’s very own, Spragga Benz. 

We end this week’s podcast mix with some strong and chart-climbing hits by Shanseea, Konshens, and Baby Cham. 

Keep it locked, and our mixes loaded in our media players, till next time. // #nycmiximg

Shout out to Prem Bhakti Mandir for inviting us to celebrate Navratri with them. Such a beautiful mandir with lots of love from its membership. 

Also, big up to The World Tattoo Industry Trade Show (Coalition for Tattoo Safety) and the tattoo massive worldwide for contributing to #TATTOOUNITY Day on social media. Still remember the memories from Inked Out New Jersey Tattoo Expo, our first visit to a tattoo convention, and another item crossed off of our bucket list. 

Not forgetting our loyal fans and supporters of Trinidad and Tobago, our love and support going out to all of you who have been affected by the devastating flood. Keep your head up, help is on the way, and we will rebuild and get through this together. 

For our Soca fanatics, we got some exclusive 2018/2019 hits from Motto out of St. Lucia, along with Team Foxx. We also got hits from Lavaman and much more. 

Shout out to the staff at Turntable Chicken Jazz, we took a midnight stroll/break from the studio this week, and had some delicious Korean BBQ. Located in the heart of Koreatown, their hot wings are worth the trip

Shout out to our Latino fans as we bring you a special treat this week with some exclusives and blazing hot tracks from the Reggaeton scene. Such as DJ Snake with Taki Taki (featuring Selena Gomez, Ozuna & Cardi B). We also have hits from J Balvin, Tory Lanez, and also up and coming Arvin J. 

For our Hip Hop fans, we have Nicki Minaj, Robin Banks, Drake & BlocBoy JB, and Driicky Graham. 

Not forgetting our roots, we got some heavy power Soca mixes with Marz-villie and Stiffy. 

Shout out to Shanaz Hussain of Shanaz Musical Sensation for showing love to #nycmixing DJs! We got a lot of big tunes and exclusives this week from dancehall sensations like Shenseea, Tosh Alexander, Moyann, and much more! On the Soca side of things, we have Fimba with his smash hit for the carnival, Funky Business! Definitely look out for this tune at Miami Carnival!

On the chutney mixes, we have JMC 3veni, and Nisha B of Karma. We also pay homage to the late Kanchan of Babla & Kanchan fame with a tribute mix. Much love to everyone who was in town this weekend for Chutney Glow, love and respect going out to the Save Abee Foundation and all of their much appreciated hard work and contributions towards our culture and our people.

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