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When you spin, how much of your music do you throw into a set?
I'd say my sets are 90 percent my own productions or music released on Juicy Music. If my set is over two hours long, I can go crazy with other people's music. But I want fans to have the Juicy experience, and I'm the only one who can do that.
How do you like openers to warm up for you?
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That's a very good question. Opening DJs sometimes go crazy, playing hard, peak-time stuff — and I hate that. If you're going to warm up for a DJ, you should play warm-up music that's appropriate to the setting and set time. I prefer 126 beats per minute — nothing too hard, no big breakdowns. Warm-up music, that's what I like.