Deep Dance Pop & West Coast Hip Hop Club Demo

Listen to my mixtape demonstration intended for club play in a hip hop and Top 40 type of venue. I’m now accepting bookings in San Diego and the surrounding communities.

This is a demonstration of my mixing abilities in a live recording made with Serato DJ. This is a dance pop and hip hop mixtape intended for club play that ranges from 96 to 102 BPM.

I call it deep dance pop because it is popular music that you can dance to, arranged in a way so as to convey the deeper message in the DJ set. It is not a deep house set, although I am making one.

I also included a lot of hip hop and rap from the west coast of the US because that is where I would like to play music, although there is select non west coast hip hop included where appropriate.

Follow me on social media @blackbettyblog and be sure to send any booking inquiries to elizabethdmy@yahoo.com.

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Elizabeth de Moya has a BA in Linguistics from UC Berkeley. She has contributed to DJ Mag, DJ TechTools, LA Weekly and Thump (Vice). Check out the new women's street fashion and music blog for people that love EDM and music festivals: sluttyravercostumes.com!

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