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CLUB QUARANTINE IS LIT: Every Night, A Bunch Of DJs Are Saving Lives & We Love To See It

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Party people can’t hit the club due to the Coronavirus pandemic, so DJs have been bringing the party to your living room. More inside….

Bars, restaurants and clubs are closed due to the Coronavirus pandemic. But that hasn’t stopped the party! Club Couch is LIT thanks to disc jokeys hopping on social media and putting on virtual dance parties to keep people’s spirits lifted.


The front runner is DJ D-Nice. He has been rocking out virtually since Day 1 during his "Homeschool" sessions, reaching 100,000 viewers one night. It turned into a star-studded affair as several A-list celebs - like Oprah, Janet Jackson & Michelle Obama - logged in to rock out with the DJ.

D-Nice's virtual parties have been all the rave, especially since some of his sessions have lasted for over 9 hours!

Peep clips of other DJs - 9th Wonder, DJ Boof and more - turning up on social media below:


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This message is only for those who need to step their deejay game up.. stop thinking playing new music makes u a dj. Anyone can play whatever is hot at the moment.. the key to being a great dj is being able to know HOW to play music.. EXAMPLE I’m from the era where I use to play from 11pm-4am. I knew how to pace the party. keep ppl drinking and dancing without playing any new music.. new music always go Primetime which was abt 2am.. a lot of y’all play all the new music at 12am and burn yourself out and think u bodied the club when you really didn’t and every dj knows you don’t get the same reaction when you play a song twice... this why only certain djs can play for hours and hold the crowd without leaving. I use to always want to open up the club.. I didn’t want Primetime because the opening dj has the hardest job to do. Which is keep ppl in the room with good warm up music without touching the new shit. There is so much music to play that was hits.. that can still play and get a bigger reaction then the new music. DJS PLEASE TAKE THIS TIME TO LEARN MUSIC AND FILL UP YA SERATO WITH MUSIC FROM OVER THE YEARS... YALL GOING ON LIVE AND SOUNDING LIKE EVERYONE ELSE.. HERES THE TIME TO SHOW WHAT MAKES YOU A GOOD DJ

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Singer Anthony Hamilton hosted a free Instagram Live concert where 76,000 people tuned in, including celebs like Monica, Steve Harvey and Jermaine Dupri.

R&B crooner John Legend hosted a virtual concert last week.

Sadly, New Orleans bounce DJ and radio personality Black N Mild (real name Oliver Stokes Jr.,) recently died after testing positive for coronavirus. He was 44, according to Billboard.


May he rest in peace.

By the way...



The infectous "Coronavirus" track produced by DJ iMarkkeyz (who turned a video Cardi B made about the virus into a bop) will be donating proceeds from the song to people who have been hit hard by the pandemic.



Sweet! We know we aren't the only ones randomly yelling "CORONAVIRUS" in our Cardi B voice.

By the way, be sure to tip your DJs if they provide their CashApp.

Photos: LightField Studios/Shutterstock.com

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