DJ Moto is one of Sydney’s hottest HipHop and R&B aces.
Moto has toured internationally and has been hugely successful across Asia and New Zealand. With 18 years of experience under his belt, DJ Moto is truly a legend. He has worked with and supported HipHop greats like Jay-Z, Boyz II Men, DMX, Ice Cube, Busta Rhymes, John Legend, and P Diddy, to name a select few.
If you’re thirsty for some R&B classics and super lit HipHop jams, Oldskool master DJ Moto, has you covered.
Read his full spotlight below:
Can you describe your music (or sets) in five words?
Oldskool, Newskool, Fun, Unforgettable, and Flawless
Where are you from and where are you currently living?
I’m from Japan and am currently living in Sydney
How’d you get into music?
Just walked into it and never left.
First song you fell in love with?
Honky Tonky Crazy by Boowy (Japanese Rock)
Favourite dance move?
Fool proof dance floor filler track?
Oldskool, Dr. Dre, Snoop, Naughty By Nature, Beyonce, Kanye, Bieber
Favourite artists at the moment?
Diplo, Skrillex, Demarco
If people take one thing away form your show, what is it?
My music collection
What is one thing you can’t travel without?
My vape. I’m a vape addict.
If you could pick anyone in the world to be your tour manager, who would it be?
Russell Simmons because I’ll get all the best hip-hop gigs in the US.
If you could go back in time to one show, what gig or event would you choose?
None, I’m too caught up in the present.
If you could have written any song in the world, what song would it be?
Change the Beat by Beside. It’s the most sampled track of all time.
Three things you can’t live without at a festival?
Music, people, and water
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