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JC Flores Bio:
From performing with acts such as Ginuwine, V.I.C., Yelawolf, Trae the Truth, Short Dawg (YMCMB),
Tony Yayo, De La Ghetto, Alex Kyza, Plan B, DJ Four-Five (Lil Wayne's DJ), DJ Whookid (Shade 45, G-Unit), Slaughterhouse ,Big Sean, Schoolboy Q, Jay Rock, and Kendrick Lamar to djing across the world as a Shadyville collective Dj and becoming one of the top ten sought after remixers on Crooklynclan.net, J.C. Flores has established himself as architect in creating original remixes and music.
Being both a producer and musician is a constant struggle between defining one's self as an individual and designing one's own sound. J.C. Flores uses both emotional empathy and music theory to dissect that dilemma in his own productions as well as others.
JC's work has been featured on Thisis50.com, The Source.com, Smashtheclub.com, Hiphop Weekly, People En Espanol, Univision Television, Great Day SA, Direct Music Service , Digital DJ Pool, Clubkillers, Bpm Supreme, Bpm Latino, Vibe, XXL, Djbooth, DubCNN, Hot New Hiphop, Hype Machine, 2DopeBoyz, Spitfirehiphop, Rap basement,and The Hype Magazine.
Currently J.C. has produced for Cyhi The Prynce, Fulanito, and has a joint remix single with Grammy nominated producer Mr. Collipark. He was nominated for Best Midwestern DJ at the 2011, 2013, and 2014 Latin Mixx DJ Choice Awards, Producer of the year at the 2014-2015 All- Star Mixtape Awards,1st Place winner in the 2015 Studiolinkedvst BassX Producer competition, 2nd Place winner in the 2016 Istandard Producers Showcase, 2nd Place winner in the People En Espanol Dj competition, and Runner-Up in the 2015 Made Monster Eye Candy Remix Conest.
THE MASHUP WRECKAZ BIO:
The Mashup Wreckaz composed of “Dj Rick Wyld & JC Flores” have been known to tear up clubs across the U.S. and worldwide. Composing unique mashups, party breaks, transitions, and more, the Mashup Wreckaz have definitely left their foot in the remix game.
Starting off as DJS, The Mashup Wreckaz decided to take it upon themselves to come up with their own twist to the music their playing, to not only hype up the crowd, but to “Set the mood”. These two DJS are definately on the rise and a dynamic force to watch out for. Popular for their “money to mash” mashup which featured Drake & Lil Wayne as well as their “I Just want to Love Mercy” transition featuring Big Sean & Jay-Z, the Mashup Wreckaz are taking over the remix game, the radio airwaves, and with their bi-montly podcast on ITUNES are taking over the internet!
You can catch the Mashup Wreckaz on Rhythm 105.9 FM in Sacremento, California every week rocking your favorite songs and playing your requests on the
“Mashup Wreckaz Music Meltdown”.