If YouTube is more your flavor, check out the video here.
DJ Drop, the nightlife luminary who helped popularize the D-Town Boogie way back, oh, a year ago, is the subject of Pete's sidebar in this year's Best of Dallas Scenes section, and in the video above, you'll hear him talk about how he worked his way into such a central role in the nightlife scene.
You'll also see Drop and the rest of his Definition DJs collective in one of their regular meetings, where they go over the hottest tracks in the club lately, hear from new artists and decide which they want to promote. It's a behind-the-scenes look at a crucial step for any local hip-hop artist hoping to make it.
Whether you're into the Stanky Legg, the Iron Cactus or the red-tailed hawk, you'll find someplace that fits your style in the Best of Dallas issue online--and for a more visual angle, check out our scenes slideshow.
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