DJ Rondon C.E.O Biography“It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood, who strives valiantly; who errs and comes short again and again; because there is not effort without error and shortcomings; but who does actually strive to do the deed; who knows the great enthusiasm, the great devotion, who spends himself in a worthy cause, who at the best knows in the end the triumph of high achievement and who at the worst, if he fails, at least he fails while daring greatly. So that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who know neither victory nor defeat.”
Dj for over 30 years music is in the the blood my famous granddad is the great bill rogers Guyana folk song singer i got a famous nephew in the the music scene big in Guyana right now my first experience in sound was a sound called black harmony back in the late 70’s early 80’s then sound packed up after 14 years then went to the great king tubby’s sound were i gained more experience in sound clash were i came up against big sound like wassifa/love injection/fatma/v-rocket/ and many more i also grew with artists like tipper ire/tennor fly/ daddy freddy /asher sentor/smiley culture/and many more to much to mention. i dont have any special genre of music cause i like all i think as a dj you got to versatile i know run my own internet radio radio station with a few of few people who love music as much as i do ie p,diddy n selector bablove[wifey] you can catch my shows every monday 4-7pm gmt the fully loaded show [rnb/dancehall-uprising artists] And Saturdays reggae train 5- 8 pm [PRESS ON PICTURE FOR FB]
DJ Selector P-Diddy C.E.O Biography Interest in music first started when I was about 12 yrs old.I remember wakeing up to the sounds of jim reeves,pat boone and louie Armstrong.Then it progressed toots and Justin hinds ken booth and so on .I don’t know if you remember about grams you could load 6 or 7 singles one time and when one tune finish the next one drops down and starts playing lol.I use to love playing on my dads blueprint gram. At 13 I started a paper round because I use to spend my dinner money on music my mum would say I going to give you record for dinner or make me EAT record Lol and I got beaten too I use to play with electrics a lot as well taking things apart and making them work or sound better .I ve always liked a good sound’ music suppose to sound cris I saved some money and I bought a second hand gram .It sounded wicked I built a sound system in my room using the same gram then I brought two 18 inch speaker 2 mids and tweeters then i made my own boxes and. I use to rock the house cutting a long story short I could go on its all coming back to me as I write i got older then i built a sound and i called it ringo International my dj name then was Inspector P first doing my own house party’s and then my friends parents would ask me to play for them playing for big people at the age of 18 within no time I got popular playing all over London and Birmingham and even Bradford doing house party’s I had some big artist passing through my partys like Deborah Glasgow,Top cat,also Trevor Walters to name but a few I was even ask to play at a 12 tribe dance in the 80’s wow what a buzz that was excited and scared at the same time that was a big thing for me.The rest is history there so much so am going to leave it there take a listen to my show Thursdays 9pm- 11.00pm satuedays 2pm til pm and Sundays 2pm til 4pm also streaming on reggaeoverdrive at the same time. This is just a part of me BLESS. [PRESS ON PICTURE FOR FB]
DJ Black PrincessBiographyBeen a lover of music from a young age, l was encouraged to become a selectress by another DJ. In 2007 I made the break into radio presenting, l gained experience on various stations for 2 years then in 2009 l became on C.E.O Reggaeoverdrive radio.
Bringing you a diverse mix of reggae music, roots and culture, dancehall, lovers rock, across the board from classics to the most up to date, also promoting upcoming artists, live interviews, and on the reggae explosion show Mondays 7-9 pm. Reality reggae Tuesdays 6-8 pm.
Reggae/dancehall meltdown Saturdays 8-10 pm morning glory Sundays 11 am – 2 pm. Be sure to check out your favourite show, Drops and dubs to reggaeoverdrive@gmail. com. PRESS ON PICTURE FOR FB
Dj Sista G EXPERIENCED FEMALE DANCEHALL/SOCA DJ FOR MORE THAN 4 YEARS PLAYING ON 2 OF THE BEST INTERNATIONAL RADIO SITES REGGAEOVERDRIVE RADIO AND VRL RADIO
BiographyI grew up around music my whole life having parents who are very fond of reggae and dancehall. Once a certain age I noticed I started to appreciate music more and how versatile and talented the artist were. I loved the 90’s dancehall and liked to watch Dancehall Queen which really taught me about the lifestyle around this music and the great artists that surround it. My mum took all her passion for music and now has her own internet radio station successfully going for 5 years and my dad has been a DJ from before I was born and performs abroad and at events mingling with well known artists. I’m here Sundays with ((DANCEHALL ZONE)) 6-8PM -ON REGGAEOVERDRIVE/VRL RADIO occasional Wednesdays with ((SOCA WINE DOWN WEDNESDAY)) 8-10PM GMT -ON REGGAEOVERDRIVE. We ARE international so you can log on from anywhere and we broadcast 24/7 too!I’ve taken joy in interviewing some great artists such as G-whizz and Formula one from fams house production, Cmore, Azee and I-Faithfull.
AwardsI have won DJ of the month various times. You can vote by scrolling down our homepage to our (dj of the month poll) Also I have received a trophy for my participation in becoming a DJ as well as jingles and dub plates from well known artists.