To be honest, I hadn’t even planned on going to the Goldie Awards. I had read a lot about it, though: world-famous DJ/ Producer A-Trak had started up a new competition for DJs and beat makers. It wasn’t supposed to be Thre3style, and it wasn’t supposed to be DMC. Goldie was to be something all its own.
The competition definitely looked intense online – the field was stacked for both the DJ and Production categories. I wasn’t sure I wanted to drop the money on a ticket, though. But, it was only $20. But I had class the next day. But, it could very well be a once-in-a-lifetime experience! What if the Goldies failed after its inaugural year? All it took was
a random FaceTime from DJ Puffy to convince me; I had my eTicket in my inbox before I hung up. Am I a pushover? Maybe.
Working title for Monday’s blog post – “The Goldie Awards: Low Qual pics, High Qual experience”. #replytweet how corny is that?
— DJ Roodz (@DJRoodz) September 8, 2017
I had never been to Brooklyn Steel, the venue hosting the Goldie Awards, before. It’s a pretty new spot. But, [Read more…]