Events with even the hottest line-ups will cool off if there's too much 'dead air space' between the performances. JAMS keeps a gentle warm breeze flowing with the hippest Emcees and DJs engaging the crowds between sets. Pictured below are a few from JAMS' Funk Fest and World Beat events.
DJ Kwami from Togo, West AFrica
Above: DJ Kwami. Kwami is an African immigrant to the United States from the country of Togo. He brought his international style of DJ'ing to JAMS World Beat and provided just the right flavor to keep the event authentic and engaging. Kwami is available for all types of events including international and contemporary themed events.
Above: Former radio personality, DJ Showcase keeps the crowd engaged with his timing skills and his understanding of the music that the people want to hear and when to give it to them. Showcase is available for parties, weddings and other events in the area. Pictured over his right shoulder is his daughter.
Above: Although currently living and working in the DC, Maryland and Virginia, (DMV) area, DJ Zu's roots are in CNY. Zu can often be found in the 'Cuse DJ'ing at one of the various events he promotes or working behind the scenes to help the Juneteenth Committee secure a national artist for their annual festival in Clinton Square. He works with a variety of national artists including; RnB recording artists, Loose Ends; Rap artist Rakim; and others. He was formerly the Resident DJs at the famed Howard Theater in Washington DC. (Photo courtesy of DJ Zu.)