Based in East Atlanta, #FYEMEUP ATL is a weekly mix curated by DJ Fye Me Up. #FYEMEUP ATL is a collection of indie music from the perspective of a DJ in the Atlanta area.
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DJ FyeMeUp, hailing from East Atlanta, Georgia was just a young man that loved music. What started as simply collecting music has developed into a music catalog of over 40,000 songs and counting. For several years, he shunned the idea of being a DJ, even after blazing the tunes with only two stereos for his first party-a house party in East Atlanta. In 2010, adamantly deciding he was going to be a DJ. Over the next couple of years, he spent hour after hour practicing, finding his style, and observing crowd reaction. A major part of his growth was through several years of house parties and special events. Everything was rolling right into place when FyeMeUp was born! In 2013, Antonio coined the name, DJ FyeMeUp. You didn’t have to be inside of PAG Lounge to hear it. “Ay DJ, FyeMeUp!” would pour into the hallway as artists would tell the DJ to drop the music. PAG Lounge introduced DJ FyeMeUp (sometimes Fye) to showcase life where he could connect with other likeminded and passionate individuals. Fye has had the opportunity to spin at venues such as Music Room, WonderRoots, UnionEAV, and Aisle5. His portfolio also includes names such as Coca-Cola, Habitat for Humanity, and Chick-fil-A. Early 2016, DJ FyeMeUp began a weekly traffic mix for AUMA Radio which was a mix of strictly independent artists. Later in 2016, he joined Audible Hustle Entertainment. Under the label, Fye has had the opportunity to tour in southern parts of Georgia, Alabama, Louisiana, Tennessee, and Kentucky. Today, DJ FyeMeUp hosts his own podcast via Indie Creative Network. #FyeMeUp ATL drops weekly featuring indie hip hop and R&B artists in the Atlanta, GA area. Although a long way from two stereos at a house party, DJ FyeMeUp will not stop here. He plans to go as far as the business will take him. Up is the only way. Ay DJ, FyeMeUp!
DJ Fye Me Up, an East Atlanta native has bounced around the promised land of the south making his mark known as one of the biggest supporters of the city’s independent rap scene. As the vibe controller of multiple reoccurring events, he’s had a hand in introducing numerous emerging artists to hip-hop enthusiasts. Growing up in a city that’s dominated urban culture for decades has blessed him with a keen ear for what’s on deck in Atlanta. As the curator of the “FyeMeUp ATL” weekly podcast on the Indie Creative Network, he continues to share the latest hits from the pits of the underground with the world abroad.
For the past couple of years we’ve been giving you new talent every week for our Sunday Spotlight series. With today being Father’s Day, we thought it would be a dope idea to pay homage to one of the dopest DJ’s in the city. Lazies meet DJ FyeMeUp. We first made contact with the homie a couple of years ago when we were looking for a DJ for our Say What You Saturday concert series at PAG Lounge. Not only did he hold things down, the East Side Big Homie carved out a lane for himself as the go to guy for breaking all indie talent in the city. Fresh in his second season of the FyeMeUp Podcast we thought it would be a good idea to shine a little light on the guy. Subscribe to DJ FyeMeUp Podcast on iTunes and Google Play.
DJ FYEMEUP will now be my designated music selector for the times I’m working out. He’s three seasons deep into his podcast with the Indie Creative Network, and I wish I could’ve found him sooner. (Perhaps I’ll just have previous episodes on loop.) When you’re listening to a podcast with heavy dialogue, it can be difficult to listen to the conversation that the hosts are having. Personally, when I’m at the gym or going for a run, I find myself counting the amount of reps I’m doing or checking how long I’ve been running for. With DJ FYEMEUP, or any podcast with a disc jockey, you have a good idea of how long you’ll be tuned in. What I like about DJ FYEMEUP is that he gives you a unique set every week featuring local artists from major cities, especially ATL. And for those that know me, you know how much I love to some indie artists.
DJ Fye Me Up joins the Indie Creative Network to serve up the indie sounds of Atlanta. This new weekly podcast features music from Jimmy Hennec , Tate DuMonde, J-Coop, Castor …
Season 4 Episode 25 Part 4 of the #FyeMeUp ATL podcast featuring exclusive tracks from artists from Season 3 and 4. We celebrate the 100th episode of #FyeMeUp ATL Podcast......