Dj Pooh

Dj Pooh

Dj Pooh

Dj Pooh is your private DJ. You can get an anniversary, birthday, anniversary, or graduation party, DJ service, DJ band, DJ duo, DJ trio, DJ foursome, DJ package, DJ dj service, or any other party type. Check out our website for more details.

DJ Pooh (born Mark Jordan) began his musical career in the mid-'80s, when he produced LL Cool J's Bigger and Deffer. For the next 10 years, he continued to produce other hip-hop artists, and he also made cameos in films and videos, where he usually accompanied Ice Cube. In 1992, Pooh founded Da Bomb label. Three years later, he became an in-demand producer following his work on tha Dogg Pound's Dogg Food and 2Pac's double-album All Eyez on Me. In 1997, he launched a solo career with Bad Newz Travels Fast, which was released on Atlantic Records.

Dj Pooh: Movies, Tv, and Bio

Mark (DJ Pooh) Jordan has produced records for LL Cool J, Tupac Shakur, Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre, and many others. In the mid-1980's, DJ Pooh co-produced LL Cool J's "Bigger and Deffer" album with his producing partner DJ Bobcat. In 1992, Pooh founded the Bomb Record label, and in only two shot years went on to become an in-demand producer. Pooh then transitioned into writing, directing, and acting. Utilizing his relationships within the Hip Hop community, Pooh was able to seamlessly integrate the Hip Hop culture into film by writing the hit film "Friday," "3 Strikes," and "The Wash." Pooh was also co-writer and producer on the video game phenomenon "Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas," and most recently served as the creative consultant on "Grand Theft Auto V" and co-writer of "Grand Theft Auto Online." Pooh will be writing and directing the film "The Grow House" -- a full-length Urban comedy based on the world of Marijuana.

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DJ Pooh gets some LA and Long Beach rappers together and spins some cuts and drops some beats for them to rap over in 1997. For the most part, the beats are phat, and many are unlike any I have heard before. I do not like every beat, but some are simply irresistible. The rappers are cool, but Pooh steals the show. His style is deep groove G-Funk with his own individual style. My fav here is "Bump Yo Speakers;" the beat slaps with that LA lowrider funk with Threat's verses gettin you in the mood to sit sideways in a lac I love Charlie Wilson (of Gap Band fame) steppin in to deliver a brief but crazy hook vocal simply stating "bump bump bump bump" with his throaty voice. Kam busts on mark MC's in "Whoop Whoop" with an old school sample; his flows kill. T-Lee busts some flows on the title track where Pooh drops some straight syrupy and twangy sauce. This cat can scratch! Many joints have cuts scratched with absolute precision. My favorite thing, you can see, is the beats on the album. Mista Grimm also takes his turn buckin' down bustas in the whippy funk of "MC's Must Come Down" with some dope background horns. Pooh creates a more laidback atmosphere while Kam drops some more knowledge on "Who Cares" with an Marvin Gaye interpolation in the hook. A scorcher oldschool meets G-Funk era joint is Threat's 4th outta 5 appearances on the bouncy Nowhere 2 Hide. The beat is crazy awesome. I am not too crazy about the beat and lyrics on "No Idea," but Roger Troutman's talkbox and Shirley Murdock's lovely hook vocals are redeeming qualities here! Overall, Pooh and his guests drop a nice G-Funk party jam while droppin some knowledge here and there. Riders, get ya whips juiced, and blast this one on 3 wheel motion! 



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