Da Foundation Award Winning Single is Featured on North Carolina’s very own Dj Rio Mixtape “You Name It”
Da Foundation is making powerful moves in the Florida market with their new single FYI. On the feature they have Danelle and Jimi Morgan.
Dj RL heard fyi single and was blown away. DJ RL has been airing the single all through out the Florida Market. “I’m going to play it regardless because i like it.” he said. Dj RL is looking to more than just break the record. Recent conversations include BillBoard, Movie SoundTracks and much more.
Da Foundation is making their mark in the industry intensively. Da Foundation awards winning single “Fyi” seems to be one of the females favorite and is a record for radio for sure. They do not always talk about the struggle with life and how to be tough but they do have a soft spot for the ladies. They can switch it up, expanding their fan base by every way possible.
DJ RL started his career as a Radio DJ/Mixer in San Antonio TX in 2007. Since then he has performed different events, clubs, concerts, mixed for several other radio stations from the southwest, to the Midwest and the east coast of the United States and to the Caribbean. RL has also worked with Cruise lines and other major resorts, which gave him opportunities to perform in Europe and other international markets.
He styles ranges from Hip-Hop, R&B, Top-40, House, EDM, Reggae, Dance Hall, Soca, Calypso, Latin, Disco, Freestyle, and New Wave. DJ RL, in some markets is known as the “opener” or “closer” when it comes to spinning records. Meaning, he will set the tone for the night, or he will give what the people want at the end of the night. His influences are: DJ M3 (his mentor) DJ JC Flores, DJ Jazzy Jeff, DJ Nick James, Beat Junkies, DJ Scratch Bastid, and DJ Mick Boogie. DJ RL is not afraid to test the waters and going outside the box when it comes to presenting music to masses.“I believe in good music” said DJ RL. “And a lot of times good music is not what the trend is at the time, it’s the music that sends a message and tells a story. When I do a set or present a track I always want people to feel the music and hear a story.”