DJ Jazzy Jeff at Necto

. September 1, 2017.
DJ Jazzy Jeff
DJ Jazzy Jeff

West Philadelphia born and raised… yes, that DJ Jazzy Jeff, of DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince, will be on the 1’s and 2’s at Necto on Thursday, September 21. In grand hip hop tradition, Jeff started spinning records in his parents’ basement when he was just ten years old. In addition to garnering worldwide stardom along with Will Smith, Jeff has been a longtime star in the DJ world and has won and/or been nominated for multiple Grammy’s and American Music Awards. True to his lifelong passion for making music, he continues to do it as his 2002 hit says, “For Da Love Of Da Game.” Opening sets will be spun by Erno the Inferno, Michael Fotias and Two Can Win! No need to dance like Carlton, but what a way to welcome the autumnal equinox and close out the “… summer, summer, summertime.”

DJ Jazzy Jeff at The Necto Nightclub, 516 Liberty Street, Ann Arbor
Thursday, Sept. 21, 9pm – 2am
734-994-5436 | necto.com

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