I really liked the eclectic programming and variety of music. WNTI was my introduction to the area and for that I am grateful. And I will admit, I was a Communications major for a semester way back when. I never got to fully scratch that itch for radio. I bring in my CDJ and spin hip hop in the first hour. Hour 2 is typically mainstream EDM, mashups, Top 40 remixes. There I am really playing underground stuff you would hear in the club: tech house, tribal, electro, trance, deep house. Of course I enjoy performance DJing. I look forward to every Friday.
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About Dr. Jay De Soca Prince. With his weekly radio show, Soca Therapy, and perpetually sold out fetes, he has proven time and time again how much he deserves to be called the bext soca DJ. Born in Toronto and raised in the Trinidadian culture, Dr. Jay comes from a musically gifted family; his father is a drummer and vocalist, his uncle a founding member of the legendary group, Tradewinds. When he was old enough, he made sure to continue this practice by getting a job in a record store just so he could afford his growing addiction to music.
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The doctor is in! Jay de Soca Prince brings his Caribbean soca sound to the ice, mixing the hottest vibe of the summer with a favourite winter pasttime. Come and find out why Dr. Jay is one of this generation's most popular soca DJs! Part of. Born in Toronto and raised in the Trinidadian culture, Dr. Jay de Soca Prince comes from a musically gifted family: his father is a drummer and vocalist, his uncle a founding member of the legendary group, Tradewinds.
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