DJ C-Dub, “Mr. Who’s The DJ?”, is one of the hottest and youngest new DJs to emerge from the Music City. From Old School to New School he is quickly gaining the attention of the South. At a young age he began his career spinning at the Rivergate Skating Center. As C-Dub gained popularity he began to rock college parties, clubs, major tours, and eventually radio. While shadowing Kenny Smoov, Program Director of 92Q, he received his B.S. degree from Tennessee State University in 2010. C-Dub started in radio as a morning show producer for WNFN 106.7 in 2012. In 2014, he became the owner of www.xtremecleaningsolutions.com. Although C Dub was working on his personal career accomplishments he continued to focus on pursing a career in radio. Because those efforts did not go unnoticed he eventually landed his first weekend show called “The BoomBox Show on 92q in 2015. With the success of The BoomBox Show and years of hard work, you can NOW check out his new show “Off The Clock” with C-Dub weekdays from 6-9pm on 92Q. For Booking Call 615-818-2084 or send email email@example.com.
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