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[MUSIC] Johnny Cashola (@johnny_cashola) presents ‘God Body Music’


I’m a fan of great DJs and I feel fortunate to have met so many in my lifetime. One of my favorites is Johnny Cashola, who has been doing it for years at a high level. Listen to his new mix, “God Body Music,” featuring enlightening music from some of Hip Hops best emcees.

Track listing:
Intro – Supreme Mathematics
Jay Electronica – Exhibit C
Grand Puba – Black Family Day
Rakim – The Mystery
Gravediggaz – 2 Cups Of Blood
Brand Nubian – Meaning Of The 5%
Poor Righteous Teachers ft. Nine – Gods, Earths And 85%ers
Lakim Shabazz – The Lost Tribe Of Shabazz
J Rawls ft. Sadat X & Wise Intelligent – Face It
Lord Jamar – I.S.L.A.M.
Shabazz The Disciple – Death Be The Penalty
GZA – B.I.B.L.E.
Raekwon – Knowledge God
King Sun – The Gods Are Taking Heads
Brand Nubian – Wake Up
GZA – Swordsman
Big Daddy Kane – Young, Gifted And Black
Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth – Anger In The Nation
Big Daddy Kane – Who Am I
Brand Nubian – All For One
Movement X – The Lord Speaks His Mind
Eric B & Rakim – Follow The Leader
King Sun – Universal Flag
Kool Moe Dee – Knowledge Is King
Brand Nubian – Ain’t No Mystery
Wu Tang Clan – MGM
Gang Starr ft. Inspecta Deck – Above The Clouds
Outro – Supreme Alphabet

#bern200 – Week 37: How Much Does 141.2 Pounds Weigh?


I weigh myself daily. This is not recommended for the most part, because depending on what you eat / drink, your weight can fluctuate 8-10 lbs every day. However, I eat and drink the same amounts day in and day out, and I consistently see progress on the scale in the form of lower numbers. Losing 3, 4, or 5 pounds a week seems like a small amount, but when you multiply that by the total number of weeks I’ve been going through this process, it adds up to a lot. I rarely sit back and reflect on how much progress I’ve made thus far, but I saw a post on the internet the other day comparing weight to everyday objects, and it really put things into perspective for me.

At my heaviest I weighed well over 400 lbs, but I don’t know the exact number because not too many scales go over that amount. I weighed myself this morning, and the scale read 238.8 lbs. When I started in March 2010, I was 380.0 lbs. This means in the past 8 months I’ve lost 141.2 pounds. How much is 141.2 pounds in the real world though? I searched the internet to find things to compare with this number, to put things in perspective.

I’ve lost 141.2 pounds since March 2013, which is more weight than

  • 7 Automobile Tires
  • 5 Technics 1200MK2 Turntables
  • 4 Cinder Blocks
  • 4 Mid-Side Microwaves
  • 15 Gallons Of Water
  • 1.8 Gold Bricks
  • The complete Encyclopedia Britannica
  • The average adult woman (at 5’4″, the average height)


I am very happy with my progress thus far, as well as surprised with how rapid the progress has been. However, my goal is still to lose 200 pounds total in a year, so I have 58.8 pounds, or the equivalent of an average 7 year old child, more to lose. Whatever your goal is, try to put it in perspective, and remember that life isn’t a sprint, its a marathon.

Happy Holidays from DJBERN dot COM / Prank Snowman Video


To every one of our visitors, no matter what religion, we’d like to say Happy Holidays from everyone here at DJBERN.COM! This is the best time of year to spend time with those who matter most, so enjoy your friends, family, and loved ones!

Stay tuned to 2013, we have a lot more in store for you! From new merchandise to purchase, as well as the addition of a few new content contributors for the site! Tis the season for giving! For your entertainment, check out the video below!

WBRN Radio – Episode 6: The Hip Hop Block #2

After some time away, WBRN Radio is back with it’s latest episode of The Hip Hop Block! This mix features all new music by today’s hottest artists including Rick Ross, Rihanna, Meek Mill, Drake, Future, 2 Chainz, Kendrick Lamar, French Montana, Chief Keef, and more! Also featured in this episode is Fly Yung Ro, who recently released a best-of mixtape with DJ BERN (you can get that here http://www.djbern.com/blog/entries/1614). Listen to this episode and download it today! For promotional use only!

WBRN Radio – Episode 5: ‘Happy BernDay’ Hosted By @DJOHLA x @DJPOS2

Wednesday October 17th is the birthday of our very own DJ BERN, and we’re celebrating this momentis occasion with great music and friends. Our friends over at JSUKPHOTOGRAPHY.COM secretly put together this mix with the help of DJ OHLA and DJ POS2 to celebrate another year of health and success for DJ BERN. This mix features music from Elle Varner, Notorious BIG, Faith Evans, Michael Jackson, A Tribe Called Quest, Fly Union, Kendrick Lamar, and more! Big ups to Mama DJ BERN, J. Lorraine, DJ 100PCT, Eh Kees, Fly Yung Ro, @AutumnPlans, Rappinismyhabit, Trek Manifest, Tyler Cymone, Eternal Swyft (who apparently was locked up at the time LOL jk), Benny 614, and J Mack for the shoutouts!

WBRN Radio – Episode 4: California Dreams #LARatches feat. @DJOHLA

Being fairly new to the area, DJ BERN and DJ OHLA have come across great music in the city of Los Angeles that the rest of the world must hear! After putting out the first “California Dreams” mixtape, DJ BERN and DJ OHLA are back with their new mix THE L.A. Ratchets, a mix of the best tracks from artists in the area. The mix features Tyga, YG, Ty$, Problem, Joe Moses, Skeme, AV LMRK, Kid Ink, Dom Kennedy, Chris Brown and more!

Click the link to play/download or get it in the iTunes Store for FREE!

[MIXTAPE] @HodgieStreet – ‘The Go-In Part Deux’ Hosted By DJ E-V

After lots of anticipation, Hodgie Street finally releases his new mixtape “The Go-In Part Deux” hosted by DJ E-V. This mixtape has features from artists like Jerreau from Fly.Union, Rashad, and others as well as some of the best production out. Check it out below or hit up LiveMixTapes.com to download it in full!

A Special Message From DJ BERN…

Today is September 7th, 2012. Five years ago today, I got my first real paid gig as a DJ. As I sit here in the aftermath of a mild earthquake, I can’t help but reflect on what I’ve seen and experienced over the past five years. From all of the college ice breakers, house parties, industry concerts, weddings, NYE parties, and the club events, whether they were packed wall-to-wall or empty as an abandoned house, I’ve learned a lot about the business and myself on this journey. I am happy to say that the best is yet to come.

For those of you that haven’t even bothered to check the ABOUT page on this site, let me give you a brief history on my career. It actually started before 2007, two years earlier on the campus of The University of Cincinnati. While we should have been going to class and doing homework, me and two of my roommates were busy kicking it. We listened to a lot of music, but our inspiration came from Atlanta’s DJ Jelly and his ‘blend’ tapes; acapellas of popular songs mixed with instrumentals from other hit songs. We decided to do our own version of this kind of music. That’s how The Wrecking Crew started. It had mild success but it felt good creating something different people could enjoy.

After leaving UC and attending Bowling Green State University the next year, I continued to work on other blend tapes without the other two people. School wasn’t working out for me, and eventually I needed a way to pay for school since my student loans were all used up. I thought to myself I could DJ part time and use that money to pay for school. At that time, I didn’t have any DJ equipment. The summer of 2007 I went back to Columbus and worked two full-time jobs with plans on buying turntables and a mixer at the end of the summer to take back with me to Bowling Green. The time I spent working to buy the equipment had a major effect on my personal life, but I was determined to follow through.

After the summer I moved back to Bowling Green and my roommates plugged me into a few people that were opening up an after hours spot off campus that might need a DJ. I agreed to be the exclusive DJ of Plan B, and that launched my DJ career officially. DJing Thursday-Saturday, 11pm-4am by myself made me learn the do’s and dont’s very quickly. I also DJed a few on-campus events, and eventually DJing grew from being an interest of mine to something I wanted to pursue full time. I decided it would benefit me more to move back to Columbus and expand my career.

I moved back to Columbus the summer of 2008 and immediately linked up with local artist Trek Manifest. We did a few shows around Columbus, and our fanbase grew quickly. Through a few people that knew my work from BGSU, word got around of my talents and more and more gigs came through. I had also been contributing to The Flypaper Magazine while in Bowling Green, and being in Columbus gave me more exposure and opportunity to grow. I was featured in monthly and weekly events through the help of other Columbus DJs, event planners, and socialites.

Other artists and promoters gave me opportunity one after another, and eventually the DJ BERN brand grew beyond my expectations. It was my personal goal to continue to evolve and develop into a major DJ in the city of Columbus. However, limited venues and events combined with a number of other talented DJs in the city meant that there was just not enough opportunity to go around. Even after having the opportunity to be one of few DJs to be featured on the city’s only Hip Hop radio station, I felt I had reached the ceiling of opportunity in the capital city. I wasn’t satisfied with my share of success; I wanted more.

In the fall of 2010 I decided to pack my bags and move to the City of Angels. Los Angeles is the second biggest media market in the world, and I felt that my talents could grow way beyond what was available in Columbus. I moved to Los Angeles in October of 2011. The transition was hard because not only was I rebuilding my career almost from scratch; I was also rebuilding my personal life in a new city. I immediately booked a few gigs in the city, but those quickly ran its course and the reality of being broke and sleeping on a relatives floor night in and night out made DJing less of a priority.

It has been almost a year since I’ve been in Los Angeles, and after second-guessing my decision to move and start over, I am happy to say that the momentum is picking up. I have had the opportunity to work with LA artists and promoters, and just like I did when I first started in Bowling Green and then after I moved to Columbus, I am quickly turning more and more people on to DJ BERN. As I sit in officies with some of the biggest names in the music industry, I can only imagine what’s next.

I want to take this time to thank every one that has contributed to my career directly and indirectly. I have to give it up to my family first, because they supported me even when they didn’t know if I was sure about this DJ career. I also have to give props to every one that took a chance on me and gave me a gig when they didn’t even know who I was. A lot of people get put on by friends or others that have personal connections with each other. A lot of the promoters and planners that gave me a shot did it purely on a hunch, and I was prepared and wise enough to make the most out of those opportunities. Throughout my career I have asked only for the opportunity to show people my talent, and by doing that I have build great relationships with people. I sacrificed a lot of time, money, and personal relationships to live the life of DJ BERN, but it makes all of the success I’ve experienced thus far that much more enjoyable.

Remember; the best is yet to come. I don’t believe in failure. I am all in on the DJ BERN brand and I won’t stop until I make my fans, friends, and family proud.

What was your favorite DJ BERN moment? Leave a comment below and let me know!

[VIDEO] Iggy Azalea Interview / Performance in LA for Sneaker Pimps 10th Anniversary

Check out exclusive footage of Iggy Azalea as she sits down to talk about Australia, her career, and more before her performance at Vanguards in Los Angeles. She performed for the Sneaker Pimps 10 Year Anniversary tour in Los Angeles with Honey Cocaine and Hopsin.
Follow her on Twitter @IGGYAZALEA