DJ Beyond is the Music Artist Who Should Be on Your Radar

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DJ Beyond

DJ Beyond is a popular name in the music and entertainment industries, making an appearance on top TV shows such as MTV’s Wild n Out, WE TV’s Bridezilla, BET’s Rap City, and VH1’s Love & Hip Hop. He has also worked with notable artists like Ariana Grande, Cardi B, Ashanti, and Ne-Yo, making his mark in the ever-competitive music industry. But what makes DJ Beyond even more interesting is his unique signature blends and elite energy that are taking club DJing to the next level.

Having been in the industry for over two decades, Damian Perez, aka DJ Beyond, is leveraging his experience to revolutionize the NYC music scene by changing how people enjoy music. DJ Beyond is creating fresh and unique music mixes that change how people enjoy the NYC nightlife.

His skills on the deck, diversity in his music selection, and high energy performance have seen him establish his place in the industry, with his work receiving massive attention. DJ Beyond is popularly known for getting the party started and providing the party enthusiasts with exactly what they want. He was recently awarded the Best Blend DJ by Urban Mixx Awards and has worked with top brands like Pepsi, Puma Sneakers, Diesel, Marriott Hotels, and Presidente Beer.

DJ Beyond’s ability to create fun and engaging mixes make him one of the most popular DJs in NYC, closing deals with top companies and notable figures in the music and entertainment industries. He says that he aims to completely change the music scene, making entertaining and inspirational music. Looking into the future, DJ Beyond hopes to get more involved with the production and work with many more people, redefining the global music scene.

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