DJ Nelson is ready to let it flow…
The Puerto Rican producer has teamed up with Dominican Republic producer and engineer Alfred Matías to launch Flowmixx.
Billed as a one-stop-shop for all DJs, the company will be a space for deejays to acquire “top of the line edits” and “prepare records and singles with various deejay friendly versions to maximize your song’s reach all around the world with exposure in clubs, private events and radio,” according to a statement.
“This has been a dream of mine for a really long time and finally it’s become a reality,” DJ Nelson tells Billboard. “The purpose of this project is to elevate the urban culture and help advance the career of producers and deejays of the new generation.”
For more info, check out the new venture’s website at flowmixx.com.
Born Nelson Díaz Martinez, he first made a name for himself as part of the Noise collective in San Juan, Puerto Rico, then went on to release his debut album Nel-Zone in 1997. He’s also a producer, with notable credits on albums like Ivy Queen‘s En Mi Imperio and The Original Rude Girl and Wisin y Yandel‘s Los Reyes del Nuevo Milenio.