The creation of Beyoncé’s album 4 involved 10 studios and almost 20 producers. The one constant, apart from the singer herself, was recording engineer DJ Swivel. Jordan Young, aka DJ
The Recording Academy Atlanta Chapter recently hosted GRAMMY GPS: A Road Map For Today’s Music Biz at the Dr. Bobbie Bailey & Family Performance Center at Kennesaw State University in
It only seems as though Beyonce has been a superstar forever. Since her days fronting the hit machine known as Destiny’s Child in the late ’90s, she has conquered the
This is something we’ve never done before. Dope Files has stepped away from the front-man talent and went behind the scenes to interview a man who makes top hits happen.
FINANCIAL DISTRICT, MANHATTAN: If things seem like they’re moving fast for Jordan Young, aka DJ Swivel don’t be sure he feels the same way. Because when you’ve got your shoulder
The go-to recording engineer for Beyoncé is Toronto native Jordan “DJ Swivel” Young. He’s sitting in a spacious studio at New York’s new $3.5 million Jungle City Studios, talking about
Eminem and Jay-Z may have cleaned up at the 2011 Grammy Awards, but it was a group of audio engineers from a prestigious southern university who made the most vocation
Canadian producer, songwriter and mix engineer Jordan Young (AKA DJ Swivel) operates out of New York City and has worked with the likes of Britney Spears, Jay-Z and JLS to