Czezre Adams aka DJ Czezre
DJ Czezre was born and raised in the city of Newark, NJ. His love for music started at the young age of 5. He picked up his first instrument and began to teach himself note by note on guitar. He began to start reading music at the age of 9 and playing the trumpet in middle school with Eugene and Gene Phipps.
His love for becoming a DJ started when he was in middle school in 1980 with DJ Sahib Muhammad. He carried on with his unique musical talent to Arts High School in Newark where his talents were enhanced even more by his music teachers Mr. Otis Brown and Bill Phipps. He was introduced to a mobile group G.O.L.D. Productions where he had met DJ Hulio, DJ Paul Scott and DJ Deluxe. They immediately took him under their wing and mentored him in the art of counting beats, and other turntable talents. As he took off as a mobile DJ, he later then met DJ Andrew Hogan where the two of them stuck together and played many gigs for fashions show, and DJ at the famous club Zanzibar. He got then introduced to DJ Mark Thompson at Club Sensations in Newark where he became a resident DJ for 3 years. He then kept on playing around many other popular places, including the Area in NY, Club Khayyam, Club America, and the Peppermint Lounge in NJ.
He continues to DJ and keep the passion for his music alive while also producing songs for various artists such as Kym Still and even working on music for LaVeda Davis, Tanja Dixon, and Sabrina Chyld in the UK, and many more.
He remains active in his first love of House Music with being the official DJ for That Kid Clothing Line while being the DJ for all of their venues nation wide. He is making many podcasts, soundclouds and live online broadcasts with many different online sites, and radio stations such as Chill Lover Radio and Plum Radio with several guest spots at Club 6 in Newark.
Look out for more club music and new productions with various artist due out by the Summer.
“Upcoming DJ’s have to find what works best for them. Dare to be different, play multiple genres and dot sound like others. Make your mark, grind hard and play every set like it’s your last. Don’t fall into the entitlement trap of thinking you don’t have to give a good performance and expect people to show up. Your name is your brand and always make sure it stands for excellence when you play.”