#DJBlazeWorldwide Returns to Commercial Radio

DJ Blaze Worldwide Now Hosts Mix Show and Produces on Majic 102.3 FM

DJ Blaze Worldwide Now Hosts Mix Show and Produces on Majic 102.3 FM

Contributed Article – It’s been an awesome year for extraordinary music producer DJ Blaze Worldwide, also known in the industry as DJ Blaze, Fiyah Blaze Productions and 456 Sound. Adding to his growing list of accolades is his recent return to commercial radio! Notably, the top music architect is now ‘blazin’ on popular DC radio station Majic 102.3 FM. Much to his credit, DJ Blaze Worldwide is writing and producing (imaging) for the Radio One station. Additionally, the super talent curates “The Let Out with DJ Blaze” mix show every Friday and Saturday night (12 AM – 2 AM EST)! Just as the show name suggests, since Late September, the DJ has had listeners grooving to stellar music mixes, following the station’s live club broadcast.

“This is certainly an exciting career move for me,” says an enthusiastic DJ Blaze Worldwide. “This is a natural fit, given my extensive career in radio. I look forward to entertaining listeners with good music and ensuring well produced content.”

DJ Blaze is certainly no stranger to radio. In fact, his commercial radio career spans nearly 20 years and was launched with DC station WPGC 95.5 FM. As Creative Services Director at the station, he was responsible for imaging some of the hottest shows and biggest names in the industry including Donnie Simpson, Star and Bucwild, Wendy Williams, Big Tigger, and the Funk Regulator Celo. Ultimately, DJ Blaze’s very accomplished skillset allowed his imaging to launch major stations in several U.S. markets.

DJ Blaze further continued to raise the bar by quickly setting trends, while raising the standard of urban imaging at Philadelphia stations WUSL Power 99 and WDAS FM. Blaze’s accolades peaked for writing and producing commercials/ads and imaging as well, resulting in numerous awards. DJ Blaze’s skills certainly span beyond radio. The accomplished talent has rocked arenas across the world, performing as a tour DJ for top acts, holding down residencies with the likes of the Flip Mode Squad, Shadyville DJs (G Unit, original) and more.

With a love of music as the driving force behind DJ Blaze’s professional and personal efforts, it’s no surprise that he has completely nailed music production on the head via his Fiyah Blaze Productions imprint. This year alone, the music architect has been reveling in the success of some of his shining Reggae and Dancehall music productions including “Love” by Erup and Faydra, “Anything Me Say” by Charly Black and “Dutty Shake” by Raytid. And one can’t forget an earlier gem “Bubble Time” by Demarco.

With a series of hot releases planned for the coming months, DJ Blaze Worldwide will continue to master both radio and music production effortlessly. Currently burning up the streets are his Caribbean-infused and “tropical” remixes of “Crash” by Usher and “Cheap Thrills” from Sia ft. Sean Paul. As if DJ Blaze’s amazing experiences couldn’t get more diverse, he also owns and operates the thriving Reggae sound system 456 Sound, which features a number of prosperous selectors including Funk Regulata Celo, DJ Bee, DJ Lil Mic, Mackie Hype and Malik Star.

To listen to “The Let Out with DJ Blaze,” tune in to Majic 102.3 FM (DC area only), download the app from mymajicdc.com! For re-broadcasts, check out “The Let Out with DJ Blaze” page on facebook. You can keep up with his music releases on all social networks via his Fiyah Blaze Production or DJ Blaze Worldwide.


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