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Lil Zac The DJ Speaks On Mo3, “Outside”, The Dallas Boogie Movement, Being Blac Youngsta’s DJ

Lil Zac The DJ “Off The Porch” Interview

Last week we connected with Texas’ Lil Zac The DJ for an exclusive “Off The Porch” interview! During our sit down he talked about being from Dallas, the Dallas boogie movement, starting to DJ while in college, always having a love for music, his grind to get his name out, Texas picking up on music outside of the state pretty quickly, taking chances playing records, his relationship with Mo3, his role for the song “Outside”, keeping his name alive, explains how he became Blac Youngsta’s DJ, helping artists promote their music, the Fort Worth music scene, being a tour DJ, Louisiana supporting its local artists, upcoming producer placements, and much more!


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“Off The Porch” is Dirty Glove Bastard’s exclusive interview series where artists, producers, DJs & industry insiders are given a platform to tell their unfiltered story. Dirty Glove Bastard was created in 2007 to shine more light on the buzzing, regional music scenes in the South & Midwest.

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