VENERDì 27 APRILE DJ ENGLISH FIRE + DJ ROCKY BOSS @ ZAM

VENERDì 27 APRILE DJ ENGLISH FIRE + DJ ROCKY BOSS @ ZAM. VENERDÌ 27 APRILE @ ZAM DJ ENGLISH FIRE (BLACK CHINEY) DJ ROCKY BOSS (BRITT JAM) CONSIGLIATI ACCENDINI, ASCIUGAMANINI, TROMBE E BANDIERE!

Persone Supa Dups, Bobby Chin, Brandon Lee, Willy Chin, Tony Matterhorn, Khaled Mix, Lello, Duff
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VENERDI' 27 APRILE @ ZAM


DJ ENGLISH FIRE (BLACK CHINEY)

DJ ROCKY BOSS (BRITT JAM)

CONSIGLIATI ACCENDINI, ASCIUGAMANINI, TROMBE E BANDIERE!

Zam, Partyzan sound, Xtreme entertainment, il Lello e dj Duff
dopo la grande reggae night con Ward 21 presentano un'altra
BIG Danz...


DALLE 23:00

ROCKY BOSS(london)

Dj Rockyboss is undoubtedly reaffirming why he truly is the 'BOSS'. A
native East Londoner, Rocky Boss first started Deejaying from his
school days at house parties and private functions. Known to many at
that time as ' DJ Rocky' and specialising in UK Garage music he soon
moved over to the sounds of dancehall music and there he joined forces
with Dj Moonlight to form Cold As Ice crew and 'Rockyboss' was born. A
reputation for guaranteed 'HYPING' up the dance came quickly and he
partnered up with Dj Face to create the now notorious 'Freaky
Fridays'. It quickly became London's no 1 weekly Dancehall rave and
attracted guests such as Shaggy, Beenie Man, Spragga Benz, Munga and
many more international artists.

The hard work didn't go unnoticed and soon he began to tour overseas,
his first international booking was 'Dejam 2007' in Antigua where he
played alongside the likes of Heartless Crew & Robbo Ranx. A year
later he launched his 'Who's the Boss' compilation mixtapes. It is now
firmly established as a brand within the industry releasing further
compilation albums and holding dances in the UK and abroad. It
continues to expand and now has a T-Shirt line for males and females.

He continues to tour and has appeared at several leading venues all
other the UK. His international destinations include Barbados,
Amsterdam, Paris and Antigua.He also had the great pleasure of playing
warm up for the official "UK Cup Clash" at Stratford Rex. The
unrelentless drive for success and accelerated work ethic has found
him again partnering up with Dj face and others to create 'Britjam' a
week long partying holiday held in Jamaica. He currently hosts his own
radio show on FlamesRadio.co.uk one of London's leading underground
radio station.

DJ ENGLISHFIRE (miami)


Let me take you on a journey through my musical background on how I
became DJ English Fire. I began my career as English, being born in
London, England. Music has always been an influence in my life from as
far back as I can remember. You can say music is in my veins tracing
back to my grandfather and to my great uncle the late great "Alton
Ellis". My grandfather owned a record shop, and I believe this is
where my love for music began. My uncle Double G was also a big
influence on my music career as he was a selector on Stylee Media,
along with Seanie T, Squares, and Mackie who were all friends of my
family hence I was always around them watching every chance I got.

While in Miami I hooked back up with Killa Mike from "Prodigy
Movements", the sound he brought to Miami from Brooklyn. I was offered
to be a part of Prodigy Movements as their MC and I joined Dappa,
Bigga Don & Killa Mike in late 1999 and stayed for 10 years and
learned the business on a different level. I was fortunate enough to
be on the same radio station as DJ Khaled Mix 96.1fm and Riddims
95.3fm.
As a member of Prodigy Movements, I became a better selector and
learned the art of scratching and mixing, enhancing my DJing skills.
Being on Prodigy Movements truly enhanced my love for being a DJ and
being an entertainer. I have been fortunate enough to have played
alongside every great reggae sound in the industry from Stone Love,
Afrique, King Addies, Renaissance, Tony Matterhorn, King Waggy T, just
to name a few.

In 2009 another change was made. After being approached by a few
friends an opportunity came up to be a member on probably the biggest
sound in America, "Black Chiney". After a long thought process and
after being a member of a sound for 10yrs, I had to make sure if I
joined, the fit would be right. After speaking to the other members
(Willy Chin, Special K, Walshy Fire, Brandon Lee and the 2 owners of
Black Chiney; Bobby Chin & Supa Dups), I accepted the opportunity and
joined Black Chiney as a full member in March of 2009. Being a member
of Black Chiney has also enhanced my business sense of the musical
game as well as putting me in a top tier league. Bobby Chin who is
like an older brother to me, has shown me a lot about this industry
and being around a Grammy Award winning producer Supa Dups has shown
me that being a DJ does not stop when you leave a nightclub, but take
those skills and live out the box. Challenge yourself to always
venture out in different aspects of the music industry and never limit
yourself.


BLACK CHINEY MC/SELECTOR/DJ/A&R


Regole della serata:

-Niente razzismo e omofobia
-Non spacciare nulla
-Si preferisce gente abbastanza lucida (no hard drugs only Ganja)
-Rispetta il centro sociale e la zona che lo ospita
-Le persone in cassa e al bar non sono pagate (non é nè un pub, nè una discoteca) quindi trattale bene e ricordati che lo spazio é di tutti ma non di chi non lo rispetta!


ZAM - ZONA AUTONOMA MILANO
via Olgiati 12, Barona 
MM2 Famagosta, Porta Genova
Bus 95, 47, 74, 76, 325
Tram 2
www.zam-milano.org

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Z.A.M. - ZONA AUTONOMA MILANO

Z.A.M. Zona Autonoma Milano, nasce nel Gennaio del 2011 dalla necessità impellente di dare il giusto posto ai bi-sogni di una generazione X sempre più stritolata dalle logiche del mercato e dalla diffusa cultura del consumo.

ZAM è un centro sociale nei termini più moderni e complessi del termine, non solo una fucina di nuovi artisti e di futuri operatori del sociale, un luogo dove incontrarsi e fare formazione, un interessantissimo teatro delle trasformazioni socio-culturali, ZAM è anche la palestra ideale per chi non si vuole piegare alle regole di una società sempre più attenta al profitto e sorda alle esigenze di chi vive tutti i giorni la Metropoli reale.

ZAM vive e sviluppa i suoi progetti nel difficile quartiere Barona, dove le contraddizioni del sistema sono più forti e quotidiane, ed è proprio questa la scelta che i ragazzi del centro sociale hanno fatto,  cioè quella di calarsi in una situazione territoriale complessa e da li ripartire per costruire un alternativa concreta alla diffusa mercificazione dei diritti e delle persone.
ZAM ama la musica e odia il razzismo.

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