Monday, January 31, 2011

Teddys Nightclub Fridays

Friday's are off the chain at Teddy's Nightclub w DJ Emir Santana and Kathie J of The KS1075 Morning show. This last Friday had over 700 people partying all night with your baby momma's favorite DJ, DJ Emir.

Make sure you swing through Every Friday at Teddy's Nightclub 4849 Bannock St. inside the Holiday Inn Denver CO. Teddy's is the Friday night headquarters for Denver's Largest Ladies in Free Ladies Night with Denver DJ Extraordinaire DJ Emir on The Turntables and The KS1075 Live remote crew in the building.

Flyer for Teddy's Nightclub Fridays W DJ Emir & KS1075

When I first walked in to set up the turntables at 9pm there were already a good 200 people eating, drinking and hanging out. The juke box was pumping out a few old school funk songs and a few classic rock songs so I decided to keep that Vibe going for a bit when I started playing and made sure to also mix it up with a few more current songs to liven it up a little and not alienate the younger crowd that was starting to pour in.

Then it quickly went to an ultra hot party as tons of sexy ladies started pouring in. By 11pm the place was packed out and the dance floor was already on fire. It was the Manager Chris' Birthday and he had a great time partying with his friends and patrons. He had me shout out a few special birthday party Patron and Jaeger shot specials throughout the night.

There were quite a few requests but I could barely read some of the people's handwriting. As I found out later when I was able to read the list in better lighting it turns out I naturally played most of the requests on my own.

It was easy to tell that everyone was having a  great time as most of them had their hands up for a majority of the night and everyone had a huge smile on their faces. A bunch of familiar faces I hadn't seen in a while showed up to party, probably cause they heard my name on the radio or saw the party listed on my website. Shouts out to Miko for coming through along with a ton of other mixtape fans that have been going to my parties for over a decade.

Kathie J and her girls were a blast to party with and they all seem to have been enjoying theme selves. The crowd responded really well when Kathie got on the mic and yelled are you having a good time as they all together yelled a strong resounding YEAH!

If you missed last Friday's Party make sure you swing through this weekend as it goes down again Every Friday at Teddy's Nightclub with DJ Emir laying down the juiciest cuts for your partying pleasure.

To book DJ Emir for your nightclub or event call 1-303-995-0875

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Thumbtack Professional Posting Board

I just added a business profile to the Thumbtack website. A site that lets professional businesses promote their services similar to placing their flyer or business card on a bulletin board with a thumbtack (Hence the name of the website)

Check out my listing on their website and if you wish add a listing of your own for your business.

Professional Designs That Stand Out

Sample text from the listing:

"Well designed flyers, brochures and advertisements will definitely yield much greater results and bring in a much higher return on your investment. So if you invest your money in advertising make sure you spend it wisely by investing in good design."

Sunday, January 16, 2011

Iron Man Mixtape

Iron Man Mixtape

If you haven't already picked up a copy of the Iron Man Mixtape you have been missing out, Get your copy today at this mixtape has been named "The Official hardest Mixtape In Los Angeles" and remains a favorite amongst many mixtape fans.

Iron Man Mixtape Cover Design

The Iron Man Mixtape is also one of my own personal favorite mixtapes. Partially cause the mixtape just goes hard from start to finish and partially cause my buddy Roger made me step up to a challenge to create another hard mixtape intro like the one I made on the Star Wars Mixtape.

One of my favorite nightclub promoters Roger Keeler AKA "Big Rog" aka "Hollywood Rog" once told me he was partial to my Star wars Mixtape because of the intro and the song choices. he said "I love all your mixtapes, they've all been really good with the music choices and the mixing, but I have to say to this day my favorite is still your Volume 6 the Star wars Mixtape. Just the way you started it off and some of the mixes on there are pure classic. Then he drove the point home with "To this day you still haven't topped off the intro you did on volume 6 your Star Wars Mixtape" (I Took those words to heart when I decided to try and top that intro off this time around)

(FYI: his new favorite mixtape is now the Michael Jackson Mixtape)

When Roger reminded me that he really liked the intro on that particular mixtape one more time and then added "you really should create another mixtape intro like that" I decided to try and top off that intro in the creation of my New Iron Man Mixtape. I looked through my Vinyl collection and found a few great lines from Ludacris and KRS One to get things going. The Mixtape Intro I came up with on the Iron Man Mixtape actually starts off with Tony Stark himself saying "Is it better to be feared or respected? I Say why can't you have both?" followed by Ludacris and KRS One mini word juggles to create a DJ Diss Intro worthy of possibly replacing Roger's favorite mixtape intro.

I had a big event coming up at the time I was creating the Iron man Mixtape in Arizona with Keak the Sneak (Right Hand Man to E40) Big Rosh, and a few others and I was adament I would finish this mixtape in time for the event so I knocked out the mixtape as quickly as possible. This was a daunting task considering I had to try and weave in parts of the Iron man Movie into the mixtape without taking away from the flow of the mixes all within a weeks time) They did it big for this show too, huge sound and light package bands, Hip Hop Groups and of Course DJ Emir. They also had a buffet with choice of Fillet Mignon or Salmon and they had the Snackets a group of Back up dancers for the party and for one of the bands. The snackets were dressed in Christmas outfits cause it was going to be sent to the troops around Christmas as the whole event was being filmed to be sent the Troops in the Middle East.

I finished the mixtape and had it mastered for duplication within the week. The Covers did not return from printing in time for the event in Arizona so I had to take a few Iron Man Mixtapes with me that had home printed mixtape covers. To make up for this I also brought along a bunch of Transformers Mixtapes with the professionally printed UV Coated mixtape covers.

It was during this trip that I heard the distinct difference between the Transformers Mixtape and the Iron Man Mixtape. I gave a copy of both mixtapes to the Limo Driver that picked me up at the airport he popped in the Transformers mixtape and after listening to the Iron Man mixtape over the course of the week the Transformers Mixtape sounded much slower paced. I Immediately realized just how much harder the Iron Man mixtape was and I became excited. It was almost like an out of body experience, cause I could not tell if I had possibly topped my previous mixtape until that very moment.

By the time the two day event had concluded I had handed out all the copies of the mixtape that I brought with me. I already was receiveing good feedback from several of the attendees, guests and performers and I myself finally had a chance to really listen to the final version of the mixtape on the plane ride over to Arizona. So after the limosine dropped me off at Tucson International Airport I flew back home to Denver extremely excited about this new mixtape. The New Mixtape Covers had arrived in Denver before I did so I picked them up on the way home from the Airport. One of the first things I did when I arrived back home was send a copy to a few blogs a few magazines.  I even sent a huge batch of mixtapes to one of my promoter buddies, Joloni of J's VIP list Los Angeles.

Just a few weeks later I got a phone call from Joloni telling me...

"Did you know you are pretty well known out here in Los Angeles? I gave your mixtape out to everyone a few of the DJs knew you by name and told me they really like your mixtapes. I told em yeah that's my boy we go way back and he said 'I love Emir's mixtapes I really was feeling his transformers mixtape' This is coming from DJ 5 Star, he's one of the cats out here that DJs all the time, so I gotta tell you you are doing something right if they are telling me these things"

then he laid it out by saying "I passed out all 100 mixtapes you sent me and everyone is really feeling your Iron man Mixtape, they all said it was hard! Congratulations, you now officially have the Hardest Mixtape In Los Angeles!"

As expected from a project that I myself got excited about, many people soon came on board. Several websites, blogs and magazines took a quick shine to the Iron Man Mixtape as well including the following mixtape review from Rap Mullet:
DJ Emir Iron Man Mixtape Review Article By
 Iron Man Mixtape Review from  
"Welcome DJ Emir to the Rapmullet review section. His catch phrase is "Real DJs Do Real Things" so I'm expecting some skill and some mixing. Check out his website: when you get a chance. Def a quality home base for a quality DJ, cats need to take notes on the business side of things.

I haven't heard "Mama Said Knock You Out" in a minute but that "Get Buck" remix was cool as a fan. We used to come out to our basketball games to this song back in the day. Emir was transforming the fuck outta the remix too. That "Tambourine Soul" mix was the shit too. I can def see the club getting amped to this joint; Rakim never sounded fresher. I loved how he went from Wayne Wonders "No Letting Go" into the Bangles "Walk Like An Egyptian" with that Digable Planets vocal looped in the background and the "Touch It" beat rocking throughout. "Jockin Jay-Z" with Oasis' "Wonderwall" was def potent product and it went into the "50 Cent vs DJ Emir" perfectly as Emir spazzed on the cuts. I don't usually fuck with Rihanna but that mix of "Please Don't Stop The Music" was crazy as cat shit. Can't never go wrong fucking with a classic Mike Jackson either. 

This project is 60 + tracks long, continuous mixing, tons of skill, some quality mash ups (hate that phrase) and overall just a high-energy party type joint. I give Emir credit cause he pulled off the three turntable vibe like a vet and he let the music do the talking so to speak. Meaning it has that vibe of Emir starting out with a few tracks in mind and he lets the music take over while he just mixes and at the end of it all you got 60 tracks. If you're into party joints this is def the mixtape series for you. Shout to Emir for keeping mixtape hope alive, it is appreciated man...thanks. "
View The Iron Man Mixtape Review at:

Which consequently also recieved a few nice feedback comments from a few of my own mixtape fans and one from another blog that also did their own review

DJ Emir Iron Man Mixtape Review Reader Comments
You can find the Iron man Mixtape online at

Transformers Mixtape

DJ Emir Transformers Mixtape: A Mixtape Fan Favorite

One of my own personal favorite mixtapes has always ben the Transformers Mixtape. Partially because of the Transformers movie theme underlying the mixtape and partially because it was a landmark shift in my overall style of mixing. While I personally liked the Iron Man Mixtape even more due in part to the hardness of the intro and because I decided to try and out do the Transformers mixtape in terms of the creativity and aggresiveness, and all my other mixtapes for that matter, I must admit there's something about the Transformers mixtape that makes it, as one mixtape fan so eloquently put it "timeless."

This timeless quality can be attributed to many things. Mostly it's because the songs chosen for the CD were really great songs that have continued to stand the test of time. Some were already classics that had been remixed. Maybe it was the abundance of classics that were remixed for the project or maybe it was the perfect way the movie dialogues were integrated seamlessly into this one, flowing ever smoothly throughout the entire mixtape. Maybe it's the massive music edits and cuts so aggressively mixed that make this mixtape such a classic. Or perhaps it's the strong presence commanded by Optimus Prime's voice that makes the Transformers Mixtape stand out so much. Either way the Transformers mixtape will always hold a special place in my heart as one of my own personal favorites. Apparently this holds true for many of my fans as well. Time and time again I am told that The Transformers Mixtape is one of their own personal favorites. One of the mixtapes many return to time and time again. This undoubtedly is why it actually picked up a few awards with a few smaller magazines, publications and websites and why fan mail (email and standard postal mail) continues to roll in for the Transformers Mixtape and for a few of the mixtapes that followed like the Iron Man Mixtape and Michael Jackson Mixtape.

The following article is taken from the pages of VIP Nightclub Magazine
Chronicling the Mixtape of The Year Award they bestowed upon My Transformers Mixtape CD

DJ Emir Transformers Mixtape VIP nightclub Magazine 2008 Mixtape of The Year Award Article

"Our best of 2008 issue would not be complete without a "Best DJ" category and a "Best Mixtape" award category. For the past several years we here at VIP Nightclub magazine have listened to Thousands of mixtapes, gone to countless nightclubs and listened to thousands of DJs. We continue to find many great DJs out in the clubs, and on mixtapes. Some just blend in with all the others and some really stand out even amongst the other great DJs. As far as mixtapes go, there are thousands out there, many of them are horrible, there are some decent ones, some good ones, a few great ones and then there are the occasional gems, potential classics that are to be coveted and played in heavy rotation for years.

Often choosing a winner for awards like these can be difficult. Many candidates tend to be equally impressive and each DJ embodies unique qualities that elevate their performance from the other DJs. This year however we found One particular individual who both live in the club and on mixtape stood out above all the other DJs. That DJ was DJ Emir Santana and both his live mixing and his incredible mixtape The Transformers Mixtape stood out so much that both were quickly singled out as the absolute best of the best.

DJ Emir’s Transformers mixtape is so well put together and so extremely entertaining that one can listen to it over and over without ever tiring or needing to fast forward. With the insane mixing, scratches and remixes DJ Emir threw on this mixtape, the Transformers Mixtape has dominated the nightclub mixtape circuit. It decimated the inferior mixtapes that have flooded the market and over-saturated the mixtape markets with hosts of inferior products. In a world that has become much too complacent with mediocrity, DJ Emir has elevated our expectations and brought back hope to a dying breed of mixtapes. His Transformers Mixtape truly is a masterpiece of epic proportions. We have listened to it on a constant basis at home in the office and in our rides and yet it remains our all time favorite mixtape of the year. Thus we have crowned DJ Emir’s Transformers Mixtape with its most deserved title of VIP Night Club Magazine 2008 Mixtape of The Year. Available at" - VIP Nightclub Magazine Fall 2008

LISHQ Bollywood Party Australia Valentines Day Edition Flyer

Lishq (Blinged Out) Bollywood Party Valentines Day Edition Party

I have designed this special edition Valentine's day Flyer for LISHQ One of Australia's premier Bollywood Events.

Sweetmix Roadshow & Xound Eventz presents "Lishq"
Australia's Premier Bollywood Dance Nights.
Date: Friday 18th February 2011
Time: Doors open 10pm
Place: Deca Bar, 95 Queen St. Melbourne, Australia
Music: Bollywood | Bhangra | RnB | Funky House | Urban
DJ Lineup: Harj & Ajay (Sweetmix) | DJ Mav | DJ Yaths | Singhsational Sounds | DJ Belal | PGM
Dress code: Smart & Classy
Presold & Guest List Event Only - Tickets are limited
Tickets/Guest List - email: sales @ | sms 0412086755 | sms: 0416635085
call 1300 786 977
Get your tickets fast before they sell out.
Price: $20 Guestlist | $25 at door 
18+ Australian ID or passport required. Management reserves the right to refuse entry.
for flyer designs call or text 1-303-995-0875 or email "design @" <- you'll have to push the words together on that of course. You can see some of our other past flyer designs at or at  

Thursday, January 13, 2011

Chris Brown Deuces Players Ball Flyer Design

Chris Brown Official Martin Luther King Weekend Deuces Private Celebrity Players Ball Flyer Design

Just finished a hot nightclub flyer design for the Official Chris Brown MLK weekend Deuces Celebrity Players Ball Party in Hollywood, California. For

Chris Brown MLK Weekend Deuces Celebrity Players Ball Flyer Design

For flyer designs call 303-995-0875

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Nightclub Flyer Designs

Nightclub Flyer Designs

Professional nightclub flyer designs and business brochure designs available at 303-995-0875

Nightclub Flyer Designs: Ultimate Pink Carpet Affair Flyer Jet Hotel Denver with DJ Emir Santana

Christmas Sexy Santa Flyer Design for RB Promotions

For other flyer design samples visit
Start your flyer designs by calling 303-995-0875

Mixtapes for Real Mixtape Fans

One of the main things that sets DJ Emir Mixtapes apart from most other mixtapes out there is the way they are mixed. Aggressive yet smooth mixes that make for exciting mixtapes that deliver extreme enjoyment even over the course of time. As one of DJ Emir's mixtape fans puts it "mixtapes that are timeless"

The mixtapes at are real mixtapes mixed with a class all their own to keep parties moving heads bopping and road trips fun and friendly.

See what a few Mixtape Fans have said about DJ Emir Mixtapes

"My son plays your Michael Jackson Mixtape all the time, he always says daddy how did he do that, it sounds cool"

"I've handed out all the Iron Man mixtapes you sent me and everyone loves it a few DJs I gave it to say it's the hardest mixtape they've ever received. Congratulations your Iron Man Mixtape is now officially the hardest mixtape in Los Angeles" - Joloni aka J nightclub promoter of J's VIP List LA California

"I was talking to one of Los Angeles' larger DJs, DJ 5 Star about you and he said 'I didn't know you knew DJ Emir, he makes some really great mixtapes' so I hooked him up with your latest mixtape, your kinda famous out here in LA" - J of J's VIP List

"You make mixtapes the way I like them, your definitely an oldschool cat I like that your still keeping it real" - Adam Wasserman, New York, NY

For Hip Hop and Reggae mixtapes plus special mixtapes like the Michael Jackson Mixtape
See some mixtape fan pictures below and find other mixtape fans and more of their reviews on the mixtape fan page of

Transformers Mixtape Fans

Beautiful Nightclub Mixtape Fan

Transformers Mixtape Fan and Reggae Mixtape Fan

Michael Jackson Mixtape Fans at Kadilac Nightclub

Beautiful Girls and Michael Jackson Mixtape Fans

Michael Jackson Mixtape Fan at Kadilac Nightclub

Michael Jackson Mixtape Fans Bacardi Party Girls

Vinyl Nightclub Gogo Dancer and Michael Jackson Mixtape Fan

Michael Jackson Mixtape Fan at Posh Nightclub

Drunken Master Mixtape fans at DC10 Nightclub

Iron Man Mixtape Fans at Wish Nightclub

Body Painting Model and Mixtape Fan

Iron Man Mixtape Fans and Cute Nightclub Chicks at Wish Nightclub

Iron Man Mixtape Fans  DJ stretch and Friend at Wish Nightclub
Find out what makes our mixtape fans full out fanatics by ordering One of our more popular mixtapes at You can listen to a few 10 and 20 minute free samples on the DJ Emir Mixtape Website
main page or on the DJ Mixes page of the website.

Kiosk Designs

As a past designer for Carts of Colorado I have designed countless Kiosks and mobile carts for various stadiums, arenas, amphitheaters and malls. I have also designed several DJ booths, nightclub interiors and have created nightclub signage as well.

Nightclub Designs, Kiosk Designs, Flyer Designs and other design services call 303-995-0875
or visit the design services section of

Monday, January 10, 2011

DJ Emir Now Taking Tour Dates All Major Cities

DJ Emir Taking Tour Dates in All Major Cities Around The World

With the start of a new Year DJ Emir is now taking new tour dates in all major cities. DJ Emir has established himself as one of North America's most sought after nightclub and mixtape DJs. His world renown dj mixes have lead to several award winning mixtape releases and countless A-list nightclub events around the world.

Call DJ Emir at 303-995-0875 to add your nightclub or event to Emir's tour dates.

Current Cities on the tour include Denver CO, Colorado Springs, Pueblo CO, New York City, Miami, Las Vegas and of course the Iditarod Parties in Nome Alaska and possibly Anchorage Alaska. Make sure you add your dates quickly. Deposit and signed contrcat required to secure show dates. 303-995-0875

Saturday, January 8, 2011

Lingerie Party Flyer Design

Lingerie Party Flyer Designs for Candiee Shop Lingerie (yes it's spelled with two EE's)

Just finished the front & back sides of a Lingerie Party Flyer Design
for Candiee Shop Lingerie's Pre Valentines Day Party
Lingerie Party Flyer Design

Lingerie Party Flyer Design Back Side

Let me know what you think of these two flyer designs by commenting below.
To start your flyer design project call 1-303-995-0875

Friday, January 7, 2011

Popular Mixtapes

The following mixtapes are some of the more popular mixtapes at

Badder Than Bad: The Ultimate Michael Jackson Mixtape: Michael Jackson themed mixtape with the Best of Michael Jackson's hits plus remixes and music inspired by or created from Michael Jackson and Jackson 5 hit songs and classics. Mixtape fans have continuously expressed their appreciation of this mixtape saying that the Michael Jackson Mixtape is one their favorite mixtape of all time of course of few of them have said the same thing about the Iron Man Mixtape as well

Michael Jackson Mixtape
 The Iron Man Mixtape: Iron Man Themed Hip Hop and Reggae Mixtape available at:

Iron Man Mixtape
 The Transformers Mixtape: Transformers themed Hip Hop & Reggae Mixtape

Transformers Mixtape

18K Dancehall Mixtape: Dancehall Reggae Music Mixtape CD
Filled to the brim with 64 tracks of the hottest Dancehall Reggae this mixtape has become a favorite amongst reggae fans around the globe.

Dancehall Reggae Mixtape
Whether it's the Michael Jackson Mixtape, The Iron Man Mixtape, the Transformers Mixtape or the Reggae Mixtape you desperately want you can pick up all these mixtapes and other popular mixtapes at

Flyer Designs for Atlanta 4Play Fridays

Just finished two hot flyer designs for Atlanta's 4 Play Fridays, One of Atlanta's biggest Friday night parties.

The first flyer is a special Delta Sorority & Fraternity Egyptian Nights Edition of 4Play Fridays. I'm quite fond of the Egyptian Nights Nightclub Flyer Design as the research I did paid off when I found the picture of the pyramids a cool looking Eye of Ra followed by a text of Heiroglyphs and a rendition of Cleopatra that fit perfectly with the flyer design and helped tie all the images together making it more of a nightclub flyer and less of a museum flyer design.

The Other Design is a welcome to 2011 Special Edition Flyer design for 4Play Fridays. to start your flyer design project and possibly be featured here call 303-995-0875 or visit

Flyer Design for Egyptian Nights a Special Edition of 4Play Fridays Atlanta

Flyer Design for 4Play Fridays Atlanta

Professional Flyer Design Services

Professional Design Services for Businesses, Music Artists and DJs.
Marketing is an essential tool of any successful business and a professional design is key in making marketing efforts worth while. Whether you are a large or small business or a music artist in need of a website design flyers, marketing materials or album covers the design services available at are at your disposal.
View the sample Flyer Designs below and order your designs at 303-995-0875

Get hot flyer designs at
Order your graphic design today 303-995-0875

DJ Emir Santana Official Blog

DJ Emir Santana Official Blog

Welcome to my official blog. I have set this blog up at the request of some fans that wanted to know more about my travels, experiences and news related to my mixtapes, designs and tours. I'll try and post what I can, whenever I remember to or get a chance to. I of course will have a ton of stuff to write about past experiences like my Trip to China, my tour through Mexico, deejaying for the Iditarod after partiesin Alaska, deejaying on the Island of Grenada etc... For now this is my introductory post, I will have much more to say in future posts.

- DJ Emir Santana

DJ Emir Santana is available for DJ Bookings across the United States and around the world

call 303-995-0875 to book DJ Emir today.