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2007 IS MARQUIS YEAR FOR DVJ ARTIST FROM ATL
2007 has proved to be the year of the DVJ and the year of DJ2ndNature. With over 100 bookings across the country and the ocean, DJ2ndNature has taken his live performance experience to tens of thousands, and he continues on that path into 2008. 2nd Nature was also recently voted the #4 VJ in the world by UK based magazine, DJMAG
Growing from a vinyl spinning dj in his early teens to a full audio/video experience vj has been quite a ride, with stops all over the world. His creativity developed behind the tables has moved him into becoming a top audio designer for numerous television networks, as well as a live vj. Residencies from Atlanta, GA all the way to San Jose, CA keep 2nd Nature on the road regularly, but his sound mixing work doesn’t stay far behind.
His exclusive remixes seem to be striking chords again with fans and djs as well, just as they have been for nearly 15 years. Just recently, DJ Mark Ronson featured 2ndNature’s JT My Love remix on BBC Radio One to over 7 million listeners, while Q100 in Atlanta lists his current JT MegaMix as the top requested song for their half million listening audience.
The resume just keeps on growing for Brett Belcastro, the DJ originally from Detroit and now based in Atlanta, GA. Clients include Chivas Regal, Nissan, Blackberry, and New Line Cinemas. 2ndNature started remixing movie trailers for the company last year and there are more in the works for 2008.
Add to the list his work as head remixer for MTV2, Pioneer DVJ 1000 demonstrator and the high profile events he headlines like the Kentucky Derby, NCAA Final Four, Super Bowl and Ryder Cup in 2008. 2ndNature always seems to find the time.
Whether getting crowds ready for the likes of Outkast, Alicia Keys, Will Smith, The Pussycat Dolls, Gym Class Heroes and Nelly Furtado with his live performances or being hard at work in the studio, DJ2ndNature is creatively taking the art of the dj to a whole new level; and he clearly is just getting started.