Epic Super Mario DJ Battle on 4th of July Wows the Crowd

By Fabian Ortiz

July 5, 2014

During the 2014 Philly Jam which took place on July 4th, two DJ’s took time out to celebrate gaming culture in a cool way. A DJ battle was started when Jazzy Jeff started to play some music from Super Mario, and what ensued was nothing short of awesome.

Accompanied by The Roots, both DJ’s put on their own performances, with Jazzy Jeff focusing on mixing the using the turn tables, and Jeremy Ellis replying with a very impressive set using the MIDI controllers. The crowd seemed to really enjoy the battle and it’s nice to see something positive on the news when the media usually looks at gaming with a darker focus.

You can check out the performances in the video below.

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Fabian Ortiz

One of the few Anime Nerds that won't scare you off during a conversation. A gamer that is, and has always been open to trying new experiences regardless of the resolution or company behind the game. You may think that you enjoy fighters, but this guy has played them all & still spends his time looking for more. Whether he's fighting pink stretchy aliens as Goku, battling reanimated ninjas as Naruto, or warding off swarms of hollowed soldiers as the Chosen Undead, this gamer loves to take the role of the hero in any genre.

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