Questions & Answers

Hiring a wedding DJ is probably the most important decision you’ll make in terms of its impact on the success of your wedding reception, so here are the most important Wedding DJ Questions and Answers I have to offer. It’s important that you find a DJ that has a style and philosophy that matches your vision for your wedding – to find out if I’m a good match for you, read about me. I would love to work with you to create the perfect soundtrack for your wedding, and help you throw a legendary party that is talked about for years to come…  Like this one:

Professional Wedding DJ in Richmond Va

How do you describe your DJ style?

My goal is to control the event entertain your guests through music. I do this with smart transitioning and pin point beat matching. This creates a smooth and constant flow. My sets are kind of like going on a music journey and i don’t want any harsh transitions to disturb the ride. Also, I’m not a talker. Your guests didn’t come to hear my stand up routine. As the emcee I still facilitate all the announcements that need to take place, but when it comes to party time, I let the music do the talking.

Whats your favorite music?

Being able to DJ on different platforms has given me a profound appreciation for many types of music. It also doesn’t hurt to have producers and instrument players as friends to help broaden my musical scope. All that said, my true love is Hip Hop. I also love Funk, Soul, Boogie, and of course good ol’ Pop music.

Do you provide all of the sound equipment?

Yes! I own all of my sound equipment and update pieces on a regular basis. When you hire me I am capable of providing the sound for your ceremony, cocktail hour, and of course the reception. This also includes Wireless microphones and a lapel mic if your officiant may need one.

Can we request music?

Absolutely. I’m very easy to work with and welcome involvement from my clients. I create a new playlist for each of my clients as opposed to using a “generic playlist”. To me, that takes the fun out of it. Some clients will give me their exact playlist that they want to hear, others will give me just a handful of song ideas and leave it up to me to build around it. Both ways are completely fine. I’m happy to give suggestions and advice on your song choices from your processional music to the last song of your reception.

Will you be the DJ at our wedding?

I get this question quite a bit and the answer is yes. I am not affiliated with another DJ company with a roster, so that means you’ll be working with me every step of the way.

What forms of payment do you accept?

I prefer to process all payments through Venmo, but checks are totally fine as well.

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