DJ Stretch Taylor is a club & radio DJ, journalist, remixer & promoter with over 20 years experience. He has interviewed over 100 artists including the late Teena Marie, Roy Ayers, Leon Ware, Melba Moore, Teddy Riley & Blackstreet, Guy, Charlie Wilson, Eric Benet, Leroy Burgess, Jazzy Jeff, Guru & Beverley Knight. Commercial highlights of his career include making the official mix CD for Missy Elliott’s multi-platinum selling album ‘Miss E So Addictive’ for Warner Bros and being the DJ at Pharrell Williams’ & Snoop Doggs’ photographic exhibition in London. He has an international touring portfolio and has also played at Pacha, Privilege, Ministry Of Sound, TwiceAsNice, MOBO Awards afterparty, Cookies & Cream, Cafe De Paris & Notting Hill Carnival, plus abroad in Ayia Napa, Dubai, Greece & Spain.
Stretch has DJ’d numerous concerts and events including Blackstreet, Shalamar, En Vogue, Archie Bell & The Drells, Steve Arrington, Leroy Hutson, Joyce Sims, Rahsaan Patterson, Mica Paris, Lalah Hathaway & Kindred The Family Soul, and has also deejayed at album launch events for Usher, Kelis, Faith Evans, Beenie Man & Wu-Tang Clan. He is a regular at Southport Weekender, Bournemouth Soul Weekender, Soul Village Weekender, Salou Soul Weekender in Spain, Ibiza Soul Week, Caister Soul Weekender, Hayling Island Weekender, TMF Festival & Clacton Soul Weekender.
Responsible for remixes & productions, including Kool G Rap and DJ Muggs from Cypress Hill a nd co-producing the R&B hit ‘Now That Were Together’ for Vicki Young on Dome Records. A decade ago, Stretch worked for East West/Atlantic/Warner Music, helping promote the international artists on their roster such as Sean Paul, Missy Elliott, Brandy, Fat Joe & Tweet.
The Ghetto Heaven Show on Mi-Soul Radio on Tuesdays 9pm-11pm.