FwB Saturdays with DJ Orator Details
FwB Saturdays with DJ Orator
Born and raised in Long Beach, California, DJ Orator got his start in the world of DJing at a young age. Roaming the halls of Long Beach Polytechnic High School which is know for producing influential artist/actors such as “Warren G, Snoop Dogg and Cameron Diaz. (Just to name a few)” gave him the inspiration to try his hand at music and, more specifically, share it with the world. Working for MTV news correspondent Sway and producing the World Famous Wake Up show on 92.3 The Beat from 1999 through 2005 quickly gave him a name in the Los Angeles hip-hop music scene. Following that, DJ Orator quickly moved in on Hollywood dominating the urban hip-hop market as a tastemaker and trendsetter.
He is known for having the freshest, newest, and best hip-hop and R&B tracks long before they hit the masses leaving many people shaking their heads wondering how (and where) he got them. DJ Orator is one of Los Angeles’ and Hollywood’s most talented DJs. He was known for rocking Guys and Dolls in Beverly Hills each and every Sunday and club MyStudio Sundays with a regular guest list that included Drake, Lamar Odom, The Game, Kid Cudi, Tyrese Beckford, Cuba Gooding Jr., Amerie, Khloe and Kim Kardashian, Keri Hilson, and Amber Rose and Jamie Foxx.
He has been seen DJing at every SBE night club and lounge in hollywood and recently killed the crowd for VH1’s “For the Love of Ray J” premier party hosted by Ray J. Soon after that he manned the turntables at not one, not two, but 3 American Music Awards after parties hosted by Estelle and Common. Respectively DJ Orator showed off his skills at the Jay-Z Blueprint 3 after party in Los Angeles and was tapped to DJ Snoop Dogg’s official Malice in Wonderland album release party.