This Friday (March 18th), DJ Rhettmatic & Mad Skillz return with another epic edition of The Wedding Mixer, brought to you by Footlong Development!
What initially began as a request to DJ a wedding, then became a mixtape affectionately called the Wedding Mixer, has now become a party. Please join Rhett as lays down all the classic 70’s, 80’s & 90’s party joints on some “grown folk” steeze.. He’s intent on challenging himself to spin a set in the same vein as his Wedding Mixer mixtapes. All happening at The Echo in Los Angeles.
In honor of this Friday’s event “Flavors 8” 90’s party (December 11th) at The Echoplex in Los Angeles, brought to you by Footlong Development, here is the extended mix of J.Rocc‘s ‘East Coast Flavors’ that was printed up on a limited edition cassette mixtape last year. On this mix is all the classic 90’s Hip Hop joints that you will be hearing at the party.
If you didn’t go to The Wedding Mixer 2 Dance Party with our very own Rhettmatic & the one & only Mad Skillz this past Friday (2.20.15), this is what you missed. Lots of good music, dancing, & singing. For the next Wedding Mixer party, Rhettmatic should wear a tux with ruffles. Shoutout to Asad & Ryan of Footlong Development for helping putting another successful event together. As D-Styles suggested “You guys need to take this on the road already….”. See y’all next year!
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