DJ Lil Bruh’s 5 Tips: Playing Music From Up-and-Coming Artists

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As an underground artist, one of the most difficult things to do is to get a DJ to play your song(s). HHMW caught up with DJ Lil Bruh to give you tips on what he looks for when it comes to playing new music from new artists.

The one and only DJ Lil Bruh, New Jersey born, Costa Rican native, has opened for the likes of Wyclef Jean, Famous Dex, Waka Flocka, FatBoy SSE, the late Fredo Santana, and his “big bruh” and mentor, Robbie Maxx. His energetic, fun-loving vibe, recently caught the attention of super producer Myles William who has produced for Beyoncé, Eminem, Kendrick Lamar, to name a few, to whom he signed a label deal with to Future Moguls. From there, Lil Bruh has held residencies at bars and clubs throughout New Jersey and in New York. His collaboration with his label mate, Titus, “Louis XIII,” produced by Myles William, led him on a college tour through out the East Coast, and performing at Miami’s Art Basel 2017. The future is bright for everybody’s favorite lil bruh, with upcoming shows, an arsenal full of new music, and plenty of surprises planned. He’s just getting started.

Here’s DJ Lil Bruh’s five tips on what he looks for when playing a new song from an up-and-coming artist…

DJ Lil Bruh

Source: Instagram @djlilbruh

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