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One of the worlds top Nightclub & Mixtape DJs, DJ Emir (real name Emir Santana) is best known for creating live remixes in the clubs, rocking crowds of thousands & for developing extremely entertaining & creative mixtapes.

DJ Emir was named 2008 VIP Nightclub Magazine DJ of the Year. He has recieved awards for his mixtapes including his Iron Man Mixtape, Michael Jackson Mixtape & the 2008 Mixtape of the Year, the Transformers Mixtape.

Born in Puerto Rico, raised in New York, Emir later moved to Denver bringing his hard aggressive mix style with him. Emir became a versatile DJ, mixing everything from Hip Hop, Reggae & Electro House to Hard Core Techno & Drum N Base. In 1994 DJ Emir was honored with the title "Best Hard Core Techno DJ in Denver" by Eric Heater of the Sugar Twist Kids. Emir took over almost every club in Denver before becoming a highly sought after tour DJ.

During trips back to his home town of New York, Emir gathered an amazing collection of Reggae, Hip Hop, Funk, Jazz & Techno music which he blended to create his own style of energetic mixes, becoming a master blend and remix DJ. One of the predecessor of the Mashup era, DJ Emir & other DJ's like DJ Z-Trip, DJ AM & DJ Scribble recognized the importance of blending hot music from different genres. Blending Hip Hop with Rock, Reggae with Electro & incorporating turntable techniques to add spice to every mix, DJ Emir brings an energy not found in normal club DJs. Find out more at
Actual Quotes:
"DJ Emir is by far the best all styles DJ in Denver." - article in Crates Magazine

"DJ Emir's Iron Man Mixtape is now the Official hardest mixtape in L.A." - J of J's VIP list L.A. California

"Damn, DJ Emir has mad technical skills!" - Bert (as told to his friend Dan)

"His catch phrase is "Real DJs Do Real Things" so I'm expecting some skill and some mixing. Check out his website: when you get a chance. Def a quality home base for a quality DJ, cats need to take notes on the business side of things...

DJ Emir was transforming the fuck outta the remix too...

and it went into the "50 Cent vs DJ Emir" perfectly as Emir spazzed on the cuts...

I give Emir credit cause he pulled off the three turntable vibe like a vet and he let the music do the talking so to speak... Shout to Emir for keeping mixtape hope alive, it is appreciated man... thanks."

- Big Chew on
by Vanguard Reviews September 29, 2009
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