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DJ Greenguy (Born March 9th, 1981) known by the stage name DJ Greenguy is an American Disc Jockey record producer music engineer and musician from Philadelphia, PA. Currently lives in Los Angeles, CA. DJ Greenguy has hosted S.O.A. Radio since 2008. Has been guest host of the DJ King AssassinShowand made guest appearances in other episodes. Originally known as "Kwin MD", DJ Greenguy made S.O.A. Radio more popular when it got picked up by the radio station owned by Rampage of the Flip Mode Squad called Deep Freeze Radio. Shortly after the S.O.A. Radio show was broadcasting on Deep Freeze Radio, the Mixshowblast radio station owned by DJ King Assassin also began to syndicate this radio show. In 2009, the Ying Yang Twinz had S.O.A. Radio on their Radio Station. In 2010, the Mixshowblast station transitioned to its new home 98.2 The Beat L.A. and it started out with DJ Greenguy as a host on Thursday nights doing Self Owned Artists Radio (S.O.A. Radio on 98.2 the Beat L.A.). For the next 4 years, DJ Greenguy hosted S.O.A. Radio on Deep Freeze Radio only. Then in 2014, S.O.A. Radio returned to 98.2 the Beat L.A. hosted by DJ Greenguy every Thursday Night. S.O.A. Radio is now a syndicated radio station part of 21 Radio Impact syndicated networks.
DJ Greenguy spent most of his early life on the East Coast. Living in Philly, Delaware, Richmond, VA, Allentown, PA, and ATL. It was the death of his Grandfather that brought him back to his home town, Philly in the year 2002. That was when DJ Greenguy met up with Omega Redd and Va'Les and formed a group called Common Ground.
DJ Greenguy started his career using the stage name "Kwin MD" and began recording music in 1999. Released his first album in Richmond, VA stores and on online in November of 2000 called "Step into my Office". While living in Virginia, DJ Greenguy met a rapper named PL aka Paul Love and began performing live shows and recording an album with him. Together they performed at Virginia Tech, Virginia Beach, Richmond, VA, Washington, DC, Baltimore, MD, and Philly over a span of 5 years. After forming the group Common Ground and creative differences, Kwin MD and PL stopped working on music together. From the year 2005 till 2010, DJ Greenguy was actively making music with his group Common Ground. They released an album online called "Andromeda"in 2011 and they released 2 albums on the street in 2008. They released their most recent album online and a physical disc called "Still Laughin"in 2014. In 2010, DJ Greenguy stopped using the name "Kwin MD" and began using "DJ Greenguy" all the time. It was a name he used since the year 2000 as an alias when producing for Common Ground. As DJ Greenguy, Quinn recorded and mixed several of the Common Ground songs over the span of a decade. In 2013, DJ Greenguy released a group album as Kwin MD and DJ Greenguy with guest appearances by his Common Ground and S.O.A. extended family called "The Real McKome". This was after he had moved to the West Coast. In 2015, DJ Greenguy was interviewed on the [| Psych Word Radio show] which broadcasts in Connecticut on 88.7 FM by Rob Girard. DJ Greenguy made a song with Bossolo and Reime Scheme for the upcoming film "Makaveli" Movie soundtrack.
[| "Step into my Office"|] in 2000 (now removed from all stream platforms) [| "The Nutcrackka"] in 2001 [| "Double Up Double Down" by PL and Kwin MD] unreleased until 2015, (was supposed to release in 2005) (re-distributed in 2020) [| "Boilahmaker Sippah" by Kwin MD aka McKoman Doni] in 2005 (now removed from all stream platforms) [| "Golden Land" by Common Ground] in 2008 [| "Milky Way" by Common Ground] in 2008 [| DJ Greenguy Presents Andromeda] in 2011 (re-distributed in 2020) [| "The Real McKome"] in 2013 (re-distributed in 2020) [| "Still Laughin"] in 2014 [| "Born Foolish" by Skye Foolie hosted by DJ Greenguy] in 2014 [| "Marathon Man Unlimited"|] in 2016 [|Triangulum|] in 2017 [|Smoke Tree|] in 2018 [|DJ Greenguy Presents: McKoman Doni N Friends |] in 2019 [| DJ Greenguy Presents Common Ground S.O.A.z & Family |] in 2019 [|Dope Tree|] in 2020 [|Still Green|] in 2020 [|Thug Life Eternal|] in 2020 [|Players Club|] in 2020 [|Give a dogg a bone|] in 2020 [|DJ Greenguy Presents Alan Dubz Path to Greatness|] in 2021 [|Sippin on a mojito|] in 2021 [|U can't play a playa (Greenmix)|] in 2021 [|Give a dogg a bone (Greenmix)|] [|Still True|] in 2021 [|Play the game|] in 2021 [|For my hood (L.E.P. Greenmix)|] in 2021 [|Tearz from the struggle|] in 2021
The King Assassin Show || 2014 || Guest Host || Starring Role
|The King Assassin Show||2014||Guest Host||Web syndicated|
|98.2 The Beat||2009, 2015-Present||DJ||Web syndicated|
|S.O.A. Radio||2008-Present||DJ||Web syndicated|
Hip Hop Weekly (interview)
One West Magazine (interview)
Respect (Magazine article)
Hype off life (magazine article)
DJ Greenguy has music that is set to release on the Makaveli The Movie soundtrack. "Makaveli The Movie - Trailer". IMDB. 2016-08-16. "The King Assassin Show – Jake Rohn, Darius McCrary, Donovan Wonder, and Freeway Rick Ross". TradioV. 2014-08-12.
DJ GreenguyDJ Greenguy was once signed to a subsidiary label of Sony named | Mad Flavor Entertainment as his alias name Kwin MD. In 2001, DJ Greenguy, then known as Kwin MD moved from Virginia back to his home town Philly. At this time he decided to leave Mad Flavor Entertainment and got together with Omega Redd and Va'Les to start the Self Owned Artist movement. Self Owned Artists is abbreviated as S.O.A.z and this is the name they used to release several mixtapes and singles. In 2005, DJ Greenguy released the S.O.A. Radio mixtape series, which led to the radio show that exploded in 2008. In 2017 signed with Liferdef Empire and in 2020 started a new label with DJ King Assassin called Radio Impact.