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Toddla T Toddla T | 15:12 UK time, Wednesday, 20 April 2011

WIZZZY WOW. Since my last BBC show I’ve been all over the gaff again…

First stop was Kingston Jamaica. 3 days of dotting about between shooting music videos, recording vocals & DJing, I was lucky enough to go to the legendary Big Ship Studio & link up and interview Stephen ‘Di Genius’ McGregor

Stephen ‘Di Genius’ McGregor at The Big Ship

& His brother Chino

Chino at the Big Ship studio

Also went to check Movado to see what he was up to. He told me about who he looked up to as a youth and his collaborations with Chipmunk.

Mavado

You can catch what happened this Thursday on Radio 1 at 9pm… including the world 1st play of the brand new Vybz Kartel single from his forthcoming album produced by Dre Skull.

After that it was home for a few days before hopping over the Atlantic for my North American Tour which was centred around this years Miami Winter Music Conference.
Miami Beach




























Highlights included Benga turning up to a pool party lookin’ more Miami than Will Smith.
Benga in Miami

 





























DJing at a siiick lil’ Moombahton party alongside the pioneers of the sound.
Moombahton party

 



And Jillionaire taking off his shoes & falling asleep at the Hot Flush party. Steeze:
Jillionaire asleep

 

After that, it was off to NYC where supa-don DJ ‘Canblaster’ fell asleep after his set… I was noticing a pattern….

Canblaster asleep

 






























Anyway, after a few more gigs in DC, Toronto and places, it was over to Snowbombing in Mayrhofen, Austria. It seemed like every other DJ was there.  I was DJing after my hero David Rodigan, which is never easy, but the rave was much fun… as you can tell by Mistajam & Serocee here:
Mista Jam & Serocee at Snowbombing

 






























So don’t forget to tune in to my In New DJs We Trust show this Thursday at 9pm to hear even more about my travels.

 

Till nex’ month … lataaa

 

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