CHAMPION SOUND present
With the likes of Mark Ronson, Lupe Fiasco, Trevor Nelson and Chris Moyles unable to get enough of the original ninja – Mr Jaguar Skills – the rise (and rise) of this ground-breaking artist has been well documented. Honing his craft and love of music for the last 15 years Jag has remained true to his school and kept a mysterious edge to his character; with details of his real name, age and home town etc left largely unconfirmedâ€¦
â€œEasily one of the most talented DJ/ Producers around at the moment – thatâ€™s why I have him on Trevorâ€™s Radio 1 & 1Xtra Saturday night showâ€
Phil Stocker – BBC Radio 1
Jag Skills is my ninja
Lupe Fiasco – Artist
â€œThe greatest Mash-Up DJ right now, no one does it better. Mr Jaguar Skills is Mash-Up Royalty!â€
Trevor Nelson – BBC Radio One & 1xtra
â€œJag Skills definitely the future of the funk a man with pure vibes vibrationsâ€
Femi Fem DJ/ Producer
Chris Moyles BBC Radio 1
â€œShout out to a real superman DJ,with the heaviest production skills to match. One of The next homegrown producers to go global with his sound. Probably.â€
Ras Kwame-BBC Radio 1 & 1xtra.
The first documented reports of the whereabouts of Jaguar Skills come from the rarely released scriptures of a secret mountain based Ninja camp in Japan. It is here that Jaguar Skills completed many years of intense training in the art of Ninja DJing.
Supposedly training on the turntables for up to 25 hours a day (thatâ€™s right – Ninja DJâ€™s can mould the space-time continuum to suit their needs) Jaguar Skills built up an extraordinary capacity for aural memory which meant that he was building a monumental back catalogue of music that he could draw on whilst behind the wheels of steel.
2 February 2012 at 21:00 until 03:00
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