Our Role in Role Models

Being seen and heard by all ages comes with a big responsibility for us. We believe strongly in being an example and good role models for anyone who is interested in our talents or booking us. Now of days it seems like everyone is trying to be good at bad because it’s cool. We just want to be good and get better with every performance.

We can adjust to any age group and style. In one weekend we can be performing everything from a 5 year old birthday party to a family carnival to a wedding to a night club. So much goes into us becoming a part of each individual event. With Halloween just passing you saw our talent in a different costumes every night to be a fun centerpiece for our clients. Owner DJ Pasha has even dressed up at numerous weddings as an astronaut and a pirate. With our enthusiasm in our music we take it even further by getting involved. We do not want to just be playing music in the corner, we want every guest to be impressed when they see who was booked as the entertainment. We want to show our clients how excited we are to be there, show everyone a great time and give our clients pride in us.

Whether it is a business suit or themed attire-that is just the beginning to respecting our event. Being professional on the microphone has always been important to us. We take our Master of Ceremonies duties very seriously. We are clear and engaging at our weddings, but yet we can hype up any crowd with class. We learn allot from experiencing live shows and how to achieve giving direction. We learn ways to create excitement without curse words. We want your attention and everyone’s respect as well. At an adult party our guests are there to drink and get wild, we are hired to keep that energy going. We want you to completely enjoy yourselves, your home, and event.

In our professional culture we believe in the following:

  • Arriving early and well dressed
  • We do not drink any alcohol on the job (But LOVE Ginger Ale)
  • We do not expect to be fed and in most cases there isn’t any time to step away from the action
  • Freshly dressed and ready to go at start time as our dress code is strictly enforced to look good for you

And at a child’s party or even a teenage event we are aware of music’s innuendos and explicit lyrics. We do not feel comfortable playing the dirty versions for such young people. Another concern of ours is the ears that may find it offensive. Kids will request the unedited versions so we always ask the parents about this prior to the event.

Even at a wedding with a guest list from children to grandparents we ask about edited versions. Knowing the wishes of our clients and the atmosphere allows us to represent a quality performance. We look forward to showing you soon!