Dj Mike Strip Interview on Music and being a DJ in Los Angeles and being played on shows Spring Break Shark Attack, Canal Street Brothel, and For One Night.
Unlike most DJ’s, Mike Strip is an incredible musician. Mike Strip has written tracks that have been featured on television. Such shows include, “Spring Break Shark Attack” (ABC), “Canal Street Brothel” (CBS), and “For One Night” (Lifetime). Some compositions include music featured on “The Starter Wife”, USA Network’s highest rated miniseries to date. His recent album, “Asteroid feat. DJ Mike Strip” was released by Song Gram Records, and can be currently downloaded on iTunes. DJ Mike Strip is a working professional who keeps a contemporary eye on the music scene by collaborating with industry players like Grammy Award winning songwriter Tommy Marolda and Emmy winning composer Jim Latham.
Run Baby Run The Remixes was released worldwide on June 17, 2008. On July 21, 2008, the Danny James Radio Edit of Run Bay Run went on air across the USA when it landed on the ABC Radio Networks Fame Games Quarterfinal-show, edition 189 for the On Air/ Online Weekly International Music Competition. It landed on the 223, 224 and 225 Semi Finals on Fame Games and is currently a super contender on the weekly showcase which has the largest audience of any radio show of its kind.
The Danny James Radio Edit aired in the “NEW MUSIC” rotation at PrideNation.com. “We love the song” stated PNN Radio Program Director, Corey White. “It fits our format and we believe it will be a hit with our audience”.
Run Baby Run also hit the number two spot in its first week on Westsidewill.com Unsigned Artist Top Ten Countdown in Naperville, Illinois with 1000s of votes. After four weeks at number two, Run Baby Run landed on the No. 1 spot in its fifth week on the TOP 10 Chart on August 1, 2008. Run Baby Run The Remixes CD has 14 mixes from some amazing talent all around the world. The original release of Run Baby Run off Clints 15 song album Terrific Distraction went to No.1 in the UK on the Top 100 Mp3s chart on Sept. 23, 2007. The album was written by Clint Crisher and produced by Grammy Winning Producer Wayne Jobson and DJ BOOM.