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Rodney has been mixing for over 30 years. Have a 40,000 plus record collection. He spins everythng from house to Disco to the oldies. But hes mainly into House Muzik. He started out spinning the Chicago style house.All the stuff they played on the old radio station WBMX. Now hes more into the Deep House side of things. Started out mixin with tape decks. Dont play like yall never did that. Then he got 1 Technic table and a Gemini . Use to copy songs off the radio, then edit out the part where the radio DJ ran his mouth too much. Put some intro and outros into it, then boom. Started buying his records from a shop in chicago called Imports inc. Chip E and Derrick Carter himself use to work there.Also went to State Street Records and Gramaphone and Hot Jams. Gramaphone and Hot jams are still standing to this day. People use to ask him to put songs on a cassette for them back in the day. A little while after that, he started makin his own Mix tapes. Using those 90 minute BASF Chrome cassettes. Man, those were the days. He still has alot of those mixes layin around somewhere. Started selling those for 7.00. Did his share of the little house parties back in the day. Hes from the burbs, but Chicago had some of the best parties in the world back then. Man, every big name DJ right now use to rock all over the city. He started out taggin' along with them. Got into most of the parties for free. He will never forget the night when a few DJs didnt s how up. And the head DJ let him on. He didnt have his records so he used the other DJs records. It was after that party that people started to recognize his skills on the decks.NOW, he spins alot with CDs. Its much easier to transport from party to party. Instead of carrying 10 or 15 heavy record crates. He refuses to use the new software which allows alot of DJs to use the Beat match feature or allow the software to help the DJ in what ever way. Every now and then, he still pulls out the Vinyl to show the new up and coming DJs how its really done.