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Co Producer of "Dulce De Leche Reggaeton Riddems, Vol 1" Featuring Izrock, LA LA, Blanca and Vicente on Avatar Records

Executive Producer of "Domingo The Most Underrated Featuring Big Daddy Kane, Joell Ortiz, Guru, Canibus, Termanology, Immortal Technique, Rass Kass, Kool G Rap and The Beatnuts on Lactch Key recordings.


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DJ CINTRONICS was born to Marta and Hector, natives of Puerto Rico in Brooklyn New York with a natural passion for music and an innate talent for mixing new sounds. His passion for music began at home, his mother played classics like El Gran Combo, Tito Rojas and Celia Cruz. From sunrise to sunset CINTRONICS was surrounded by music, as a youngster in Marlboro Housing Projects music and parties were a way of life, CINTRONICS grew up in an era were music was really evolving and Hip Hop was reaching new genres. Listening to Kiss FM, WBLS and 92KTU CINTRONICS was inspired by DJ Red Alert, DJ Chuck Chill Out, Grandmaster Flash, Marly Marl and the mixes of the Latin Rascals. CINTRONICS knew from very early that he wanted to be a DJ, music consumed him. Unfortunately, coming from a poor family of seven CINTRONICS could not afford to buy his own DJ equipment, so he improvised by recording form the radio and making edits with his tape deck. He would bring his boom box to school and play his mixes at his Junior High-school. His friends would to break-dance and pop to CINTRONICS’ creations.

CINTRONICS’ first small break came when his friend bought a set of Technics 1200 turntables and Gemini DJ mixer, he was in HEAVEN! He and his friend began to DJ house parties, school dances, and high-school parties. CINTRONICS brought down the house night after night spinning Hip Hop, House, Freestyle, and Reggae, Classics and Latin music till the break of dawn. At only fifteen years-old, it was here at the street level that CINTRONICS would fine tune his awesome love for music and embark on a tremendous journey from DJing local parties, to spinning at local clubs, to starting his own pirate radio station to starting his own entertainment company, to creating his very own recording studio.

CINTRONICS took his skills to the local clubs on 3rd Ave in Brooklyn, Lamar East, and other New York area clubs. While DJing at these clubs he encountered numerous talented artist that would bring their demos for him to play. Night after night he saw how the local radio stations rejected a lot of talented artist, because their music was not commercial enough. However, when he played it at the clubs the crowd would go wild. CINTRONICS was determined to get the music of the streets to the people of New York.

In 1995 WBAD RADIO 91.9FM was born! CINTRONICS created his very own Pirate Radio station, which broadcasted in the New York City area. He assembled a staff of local DJs, versatile radio personalities to host the show and a street team to keep WBAD in touch with the soul of New York. On Friday evenings DJ CINTRONICS showcased Underground House music from all over the globe with his unique mixes. On Sunday nights CINTRONICS hosted and DJed the hottest Underground Hip Hop show in New York City. CINTRONICS highlighted unsigned, underground, up and coming and hardcore rap artists. WBAD Radio opened the door for many artists to showcase their talents, weather it was mixing, free-styling, or rapping CINTRONICS made it happen for artists who were struggling to get their music heard on the airwaves. To the satisfaction of CINTRONICS the show took off. WBAD had a long list of devoted listeners and callers. WBAD Radio was a huge success which inspired local artist and opened many doors for new talent to be heard on the airwaves like never before.

At the same time that WBAD Radio was reaching it’s culmination, the number one (commercial) radio station for Hip Hop and R&B was about to get a lot of bad publicity. When the Diva of radio Wendy Williams left Hot 97 she exposed how the station was favoring only a select group of big name artists and their protégés. This gave WBAD Radio a lot of unsolicited media attention. In 1998 the I-Team Investigators at UPN 9 News requested an interview with CINTRONICS and his staff. Brenda Blackman dubbed CINTRONICS “THE OUTLAW OF THE AIRWAVES”. Initially CINTRONICS declined the interview he did not want any negative publicity associated with the Radio show. However, one of his staff members disclosed one of their locations and accepted the interview. Backed into a corner CINTRONICS went ahead and spoke with Barbara Nevins Taylor. Unknowingly, it was then that CINTRONICS paved the path for Mix-tape DJs, Latin DJs, and street DJs. After this interview many radio stations including Hot 97 changed their formats to include versatile mix DJs and new artist with different styles.

In 2000 CINTRONICS started his own entertainment company. CINTRONICS ENTERTAINMENT, which provides exclusive entertainment to unique venues such as fashion shows, and charity galas. CINTRONICS ENTERTAINMENT also specializes in providing original CINTRONICS Productions to competitive sporting events throughout the nation. CINTRONICS ENTERTAINMENT continues to thrive and allows DJ CINTRONICS to showcase his distinctive DJing style as well as his production capabilities.

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