How do you book DJ Luck and MC Neat?

How do you book DJ Luck and MC Neat?

Fill out a booking request form for DJ Luck & MC Neat, or call our office at 1.800. 698.2536 to discuss your upcoming event. One of our experienced agents will be happy to help you get pricing information and check availability for DJ Luck & MC Neat or any other artist of your choice.

What is MC Neat real name?

DJ Luck, real name Joel Samuels and MC Neat, real name Michael Rose, came together by chance in the studio of pirate station Chicago FM in 1995.

What year was dj Luck and MC Neat?


DJ Luck & MC Neat
Genres 2-step garage
Years active 1999–present
Associated acts Baby Ray Productions
Members Joel Samuels Michael Rose

How old is MC Neat?

I’m a 31 year old male and I have been using cocaine for the past 15 years. I have had enough and want to change the cycle I have been in. Using this account as a diary/ support group with the aim of writing a book about my journey entitled between the lines.

What genre is DJ Luck?

DJ Luck & MC Neat/Genres

What happened to MC Sparks?

Garage star MC Sparks has died, according to the radio station on which he presents a show. On Saturday night, Flex FM, which broadcasts online, dedicated entire programmes to the MC. Artists and DJs have also been paying tribute. His long-time collaborator MC Kie tweeted: “I’m devastated.

Is Garage music still popular?

Sure, there are still artists making quality garage tracks today but the genre is nowhere near as commercially visible as it once was when the likes of DJ Luck & MC Neat, Wookie, Artful Dodger, So Solid Crew, Oxide & Neutrino, Shanks & Bigfoot and many more were knocking out dubplates and turning them into Top 10 hits.

What came first house or garage?

UK garage, abbreviated as UKG, is a genre of electronic dance music which originated in England in the early to mid-1990s. The genre was most clearly inspired by garage house, but also incorporates elements from R&B, jungle and dance-pop.

What BPM is garage?

around 130 BPM
The genre usually features a distinctive syncopated 4/4 percussive rhythm with ‘shuffling’ hi-hats and beat-skipping kick drums. Garage tracks also commonly feature ‘chopped up’ and time-shifted or pitch-shifted vocal samples complementing the underlying rhythmic structure at a tempo usually around 130 BPM.

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