DJGWK Interview on

Hey DJ, play that song

Javier Hernandez
Special to Metromix
March 3, 2009

Ever wonder who that face behind the music is? We did to. That's why we've set out to uncover the mystery of the Disc Jockey's that you dance to nightly. This week we've caught:

DJ Goofy Whitekid

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New York Times 4/29/07

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"But even more impressed than the patrons on the packed dance floor was the coterie of D.J.s hovering around his booth.

"He is ridiculous," said Drew Hall, who spins under the name Goofy Whitekid and had flown from Pittsburgh to hear the hourlong set. "I'll learn stuff from here watching him, take it back home and kill it in the club."

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 4/23/2006

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April 23, 2006
Hi-Tops on Sunday

"...I'd heard all of the radio spots about Hi-Tops, promoted on KISS-FM with radio personality Bonics and DJ Goofy White Kid, and I figured I'd give it the old once-over..."

"...DJ Goofy White Kid did a pretty standout job working the track-to-track throughout the night. It was exclusively hip-hop, but DJGWK had a particularly good sense of transition. Shakira's "Hips Don't Lie" went into Lumidee's "Uh-oh!" mixed in with a snippet of Casmere's "Ho's in this House."

There was also a particularly nice transition when Youngbloodz' "Damn!" went into J-Kwon's "Tipsy" and when "Poppin' My Collar" went into Chamillionaire's "Dirty."..."  

DJGWK Live at Hawaiian Village St. Patrick's Day 3/17/12