I met Joey P early in the beginning of my DJing days, when I was still very wet behind the ears, but very eager to learn. Joey was one of those people who were always glad to impart their knowledge on me, as well as instilling in me a sense of pride in both the city and the music, in hopes that I would keep the artform sacred. I learned valuable lessons from people like him, DJ Seoul, and the CORADOR United crew that brought me up into the scene. At some point in everyone’s music career, whether you’re a DJ, a producer, an emcee or vocalist, you become autonomous, and start to forge your own path, but you never forget the lessons that were taught to you by those who cared enough to take you under their wing.
Joey P was always a sick drum n bass DJ, who I enjoyed working with. He is also the founder of Bassline Mondays at The Necto in Ann Arbor, which happens every Monday night in the Red Room, featuring the regions best bass music DJs and producers every week.