Tom Laroc and Ron Luna
Having made mix albums for parties hosted by P. Diddy, Lenny Kravitz, and Shaquille O'Neal, DJ Tom Laroc has become a popular musical source among those who are incredibly popular. However, it's not just celebrities who appreciate Laroc's unique ability to mix R&B, reggae, and hip-hop into energetic, danceable music. Laroc's remixes have appeared on 149 urban radio stations nationwide, and the DJ has performed at events as near as Miami's annual Bob Marley Day Concert and Food Drive, and as far away as Dr. Dre's birthday party in L.A. Born in New York City. He first got his mixes on the air by playing them on Long Island's Stony Brook University's radio station, launching his career as a versatile, genre-blurring artist.
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