Violator All-Star Radio on Shade45 Sirius XM Satellite Radio
Auto-Biography: How Alex G! Began, BEAT STREET 1984. When I seen Jazzy Jay cutting and scratchin that was it. I had to do it. Then my cousin Ernest Fuentes gave me a chance on his turntables and my uncle Rick Alvarado kept encouraging and influencing me to dj. Well shortly then after Alex G! surfaced in 1985 because of Deejay Sparkle at Rollertown letting me sit in the booth and watch him spin records. I seen him cutting it up on a rotary Urai mixer rocking doubles and just killing it. That's when it was in my blood to be THE DJ!! Couple years later I met two brothers that changed it all Nick Vidal and Eric Vidal. To this day were all still close as family. Records brought us together the friendship turned family kept it together...
Where has Djing taken me? Djing has taken me around world the playing and breaking new records. I was bedroom DJ for many years then when I had my shot on radio courtesy of the Baka Boyz Eric and Nick Vidal I knew I had to come out screaming like a wild child because of their amazing talent and credibility. That I did. Taking on rolls from Their Afternoon show producer until breaking away to become an On-Air Talent, Mixer, Mix Show Director,Music Director, and Assistant Program Director at several radio stations both terrestrial and Sirius XM stations around the United States. I have successfully built vehicles with Kal Koncepts and Ford Motor Company (BEAT STREET) which debuted them at the 2008 SEMA Show and The LA Auto Show. Then a year later building and debuting my own award winning Lowrider Cover Car" The Microphone Fiend" a 1977 Chevy Monte Carlo dedicated to my DJ Career at the 2009 SEMA show for House Of Kolor paint manufacturer. Currently I am working on a project with my Violator All-Star DJ's for the ClubDroid application and also LiveStream Tv Channel.
I don't claim to be the best but if you want to learn more you have to surround yourself with people that know the craft. I look up to the OG's like Tony G, Julio G, Jazzy Jeff, Mr Choc, Sidney Perry, Jam Master Jay (RIP) and Grand Master Flash. To me Djing isn't a hobby its my way of life. Djing has been in me for more than half of my life. I am very blessed that my friends have my back even when I stepped out of the scene for a minute. I recently named my club night Revenge its my own personal demon with-in. It is me against myself and challenging myself to play better, harder and more creative. Djing to me has kept me grounded and out of trouble. LOTS OF IT!!! Respect and love to all that have influenced me and encouraged me through out my career.