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Monster DJ Commission Salues DJ Envy

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dj Envy, a Queens, NY native had his in the late 90’s as a Mixtape King. Envy got his start as the protege’ of the world famous dj Clue. He quickly took what he learned from his mentor and turned his opportunity into his own blazing path. Since his reputation was so esteemed Sony signed him to their affiliate , Desert Storm Records.

In 2003, he released his commercial debut album entitled The Desert Storm Mixtape: Blok Party, Vol. 1.

Over the years, Envy’s career has matured and flourished in to an accomplished radio personality, producer and Video Jockey. dj Envy currently is the host of MTV2’s Sucker Free Sunday. He is 1/3rd of the extremely successful radio morning show cast “ Show” on Power 105 in NYC. He also hosts a popular Sirius XM show once a week. And finally, some how Envy still finds time to spin 6-Nights a week at the Hottest NYC Clubs.
dj Envy’s historical benchmarks and forecasted growth are EXACTLY the reason why Monster Products had to connect with this dj and Pop Culture Trailblazer!!


The “Salute The ” initiative will be expanding into a series of events, exhibits, musical compositions and culturally relevant showcases of superior sound equipment.
dj Envy will be an adviser and steward for the “Salute The DJ” initiative and future dj related equipment.
Monster Products is excited and eager to ignite our new brand strategies with Envy.
Be on the lookout for some special announcements coming soon!!

To Book dj Envy[email protected]

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