Justin Bieber has fans all over the world, but is mega popular in Latin America. His fans are known collectively as Beliebers. His Latin fans, primarily female, can’t get enough of their heartthrob, Justin Bieber. These aficionadas read every news or blog story about him, save Fotos de Bieber on their phones and computers, decorate their bedrooms with Justin Bieber posters, tweet about him 24/7 on Twitter, dream about Justin and chat about him endlessly. They also make their own Youtube videos performing personalized versions of his songs, or videos of themselves dancing to his music or confessing their love of Bieber. Justin Bieber is clearly their one and only idol.
While many music idols have existed since the 1950′s when popular music first launched singers as idols, there has never been an idol as popular worldwide and in Latin America as Justin Bieber. He sells millions of records, millions of music downloads, sells out every live show and causes riots whenever he goes to places in Latin America.
What created Bieber fever? Bieber fever was literally born on Youtube and while he was discovered and developed by his tour manager, Scooter Braun, he was first discovered and popularized by his fans. Justin Bieber was literally a small town boy in Canada who wrote and performed his own songs and put them up on Youtube. Whether he was truly hoping to be discovered and become a star, or whether he was just like any other young singer who wanted a virtual audience for his music, he has achieved a level of superstardom that no other musical artist ever has. La fama de bieber en Latinoamerica es un fenómeno extraordinario.
There are many trendy celebrity DJs and so-called DJs who have recently popped on the scene from reality television show exposure, but there is only one DJ who came up from the Bronx trenches almost twenty years ago and has earned the respect and cred that few other DJs have earned in their lifetime. DJ Mr. PRESIDENT a/k/a PREZ has reverence for the art of the DJ and hip hop culture which is rare in this day and age. Mr. PRESIDENT has made sacrifices for the integrity of his art as a turntablist. His own story is known in the DJ world and he is humble and respectful of DJ history and its pioneers. He is not of the pimp or chest-thumping style that other DJs use to build their fleeting fame. PREZ has presence and sometimes there is more power and presence in restraint, except of course when spinning the turntables. Mr. PRESIDENT takes pride in continuously working to master every aspect of DJing instead of relying on the same-old-same-old.
While PREZ will tell you his first love is hip hop, he also has the master spinning skillz to work house, trance, latin and reggae parties. Book Mr. PRESIDENT for your next event, concert, club night or party and book a DJ artist, true-to-the-art of DJing, not just a fly by night DJ who will probably drop out of the DJ scene when a better gig comes along. PREZ also has a following loyal to his mixing, blending, cutting, scratching and tricks.
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