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Feb
15
2013

Brooklyn: DeeJay Element WINS Flavor Battle 2013

Written by Kitty Bradshaw and posted in Tags: , , , I Love My DJ,New York-ers

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 McDonalds Flavor Battle 2013

On February 7th, DeeJay Element of Brooklyn, NY, won McDonalds Flavor Battle 2013 competition in Miami. Flavor Battle 2013 kicked off in New York back in November with a total of 24 DJs representing each region in the US.  We had the Big Macs in the West, the Double Quarter Pounders with Cheese in the Central United States, and Angus Third Pounders in the East.  Over  400,000 fans casted their votes online which helped to come up with three finalist (DJ Arty J, DJ Element and DJ Jena Red).  The Flavor Battle 2013 finale was hosted by Hot97 resident DJ, industry legend Funkmaster Flex and featured DJ Clue, Just Blaze, Spinderella, Rock T., and last years winner DJ Rock One as celebrity judges.

In addition, entertainment/celebrity blogger and my Fairy Blog Mama, Necole Bitchie served as the social media correspondent for the invite-only affair where DJ Element, reppin’ the East Coast, was named America’s hottest emerging DJ and crowned the McDonald’s Flavor Battle 2013 Champion.

Above is one of DeeJay Element’s older mixes. This will give you an idea of why he made it to Flavor Battle 2013 and WON!  Check out his site for more music: http://brownbagallstars.com/

 

ABOUT DEEJAY ELEMENT

A product of the North East with over twelve years of experience in the music industry, Joseph Montana a.k.a. DeeJay Element, enhances every performance with his talent, creative style and personality. A true professional with attention to detail has made him a highly sought after producer as well as performer at events and in the club scene.

Currently on tour with Soul Khan, Sene and Brown Bag AllStars in the dual roles of DJ and producer. With a variety of mixed tapes such as; Shots Fired, Element and Brace Volume 1, Classic Traffic, The Official 2010 CMJ Mix Tape and The Brown Tape to his credit, Joe’s diversity has landed him club gigs at the VooDoo Lounge and Scratch Academy in NYC, a radio show on 102.3 KISS FM from 2003-2006, along with prestigious events with Saks Fifth Avenue Fashion Night Out, Sephora, Rock Steady 33rd Anniversary, A3C Hip Hop Festival, and the X Games.

About The Author:

ABOUT KITTY BRADSHAW: Kitty Bradshaw is an Online Influencer and Web Socialite that has been blogging for over 16 years. Upon moving to New York, she created a new blog on Bi coastal lifestyle, New York to LA move, and New York Cocktails which evolved into an online business called KittyBradshaw.com, and has since branded herself across the web. Over the last 5 years she has used the name Kitty Bradshaw to broker contracts and brand ambassadorships with Gap, Toyota, celebrity hairstylist Cocoa Mane, and currently Best Buy Electronics. Kitty has written for the Wendy Williams Show blog, hosted events for McDonald’s Corporation, and Johnson & Johnson. She has also worked with Bacardi Mixers, which led to her own signature drink called “The Kitty Bradshaw”. Black Enterprise featured Bradshaw as one of the top African American bloggers in the country, and she was recently featured on Technorati. Bradshaw uses her blog as a career vehicle to take her new places, and to meet interesting people. KittyBradshaw.com has organically amassed a network of 50,000 and counting, her approach is that of New York lifestyle from a California perspective. Bradshaw’s motto is, “Conquer New York, conquer the world.”

One Comment to “Brooklyn: DeeJay Element WINS Flavor Battle 2013”

  1. Ashlee says:

    Ohhh!! this must be what my boss was telling me about! Well congrats to him

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