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better known as The Black Wall Street dj biggrich has always had a strong passion for music, Proclaiming himself to be "oklahoma's Best kept Secret," biggrich put chopped and screwed mixtapes together as a hobby around 2004 with the likes of DJ Clue, Dj Screw, OG ROn C, DJ Jazzy Jeff and Dj Skee as a heavy influence biggrich developed both styles of mixtape hosting with the ability to slow mixtapes down and chop with the style dj screw to regular hosting with the style of dj clue which has earned earned him the title as a universal DJ, to this day biggrich continues to murder the underground mixtape scene with mixtape after mixtape and in only a short matter of time dj biggrich has climbed the ladder of the underground mixtape scene and solidified his spot amongst the top djs in the game with his trademark sound effects and creative radio/movie style mixtapes which caught the ear of the infamous indie record label "The Black Wall Street" ran by platinum selling artist The Game, and after working promotion for the label biggrich was approached to drop a mixtape (swangin Muzik vol.2 the black wall street edition) with The Games 1st new southern artist which was very successfull and sparked biggrich's mixtape career and lead to hooking up with The Games tour DJ and starting a black wall street mixtape series named "The BWS Movement" which has been very successful to this day, after joining 3 of the biggest dj coalitions such as The fleet Djs, future star djs and the real djs coalitions biggrich has been nominated for 3 SEA Awards and 1 Justo mixtape award landing him an hour slot Sundays on Eminems Shade 45 channel on Sirius satellite, dj biggrich since then has branched off to do his own show on Sprint/nextel radio called "the west coast massacre show" as well as WCCG 104.5 FM in Fayetteville, North Carolina. biggrich's heavy grind and hustle with mixtapes and radio dj biggrich looks to raise the bar when it comes to grinding as a dj
- Ozone Magazine