#FEST 10TH EDITION: LINEUP CHANGES AND HUGE MOVES FOR SOME OHIO ARTISTS
#FEST EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH CAL SCRUBY
September 11, 2012
Cal Scruby (pronounced “SCROO-BEE”) has taken Ohio State by storm with his party performances and Buckeye hits that have garnered the attention of many OSU athletes. (Jared Sullinger, anyone?) His anthems in “The Nation” and his weekly releases – “Scruby Tuesdays” – have only add to his YouTube presence. We had the opportunity to ask him about his career, what’s planned for the future, and his upcoming #FEST performance.
#FEST: When did the start of your musical interest begin? What made you get started?
Cal: I first started listening to rap when I was in grade school. I stole all my older brother’s music. We would listen to Jay-Z when he drove me to school. Those are the first albums I knew from start to finish. My sophomore year at OSU, I was rapping to my friends and they made me rap to people I didn’t know. I wasn’t comfortable at first, but I got over that pretty quickly.
#FEST: You’re an engineering student at THE Ohio State University. How do you juggle your school work with your growing musical career?
#FEST EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH DJ CORRUPT
September 5, 2012
If you’re familiar with the college scene in Columbus, Ohio, you’ve likely heard of DJ Corrupt. Corrupt, whose real name is James Caudle, DJ’s on college nights at many venues in downtown Columbus, including Park Street Saloon, Long Street, and more. His live mixes bring the energy and have everyone raging until the bar shuts down. We had the chance to ask DJ Corrupt a few questions about his upcoming performance at #FEST.
#FEST: You’re one of the bigger college DJ’s in Columbus. How did you start, and how did get to where you are today?
Corrupt: First of all thank you for the comment! I started DJing and using mixing software about 6 years ago as a hobby. After about a year I was fortunate enough to shadow and practice with some of the best DJ’s in Ohio. I was given the opportunities to spin at top clubs early in my career and that experience is a huge reason why I am where I am today!
#FEST: Have you ever visited Athens, Ohio? What was your impression?
Corrupt: Haha ohI have been to some OU parties and they are without a doubt some of the craziest I’ve been to! It’s an atmosphere you have to experience yourself to really understand.
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ACADEMY AWARD-WINNER JUICY J TO HEADLINE #FEST
July 16, 2012
Welcome to the official blog of the Number Fest. We’ll be keeping you updated on everything Fest related. As tradition, this year’s Number Fest 10th Edition will take place near Ohio University in Athens, Ohio. Unlike other years; however, the fest will be held in the fall on September 29th. This will be the tenth fest and the ninth year of the Number Fest. It has become one of the largest independent collegiate fests in the U.S.
This year we’ll be featuring Juicy J, cofounder and member of the duo Three 6 Mafia, as headliner. After winning an Academy Award for his song “It’s Hard Out Here For a Pimp,” Juicy J has consistently released hits. His most recent release is the smooth jam “Codeine cups.” Check out the video below and download HERE.
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