RVA RADIO : DJ RNS aka Manotti da Vinci, “An ElektRemixed State of Mine”

by | Jun 7, 2010 | PODCASTS

The following information is from DJ RNS.

The following information is from DJ RNS. To check out more go to the website www.djrns.com If you would like to be featured on RVA RADIO – contact us at hello@rvamag.com.


Iregula Hip-Hop dance fusion conveys brand new ‘State of Mine’

Hip-hop has reached a new level of art for the masses. The trance theatrical is unguarded but sharply tuned for the onset mental screening. The artful vibes embody exuberant production that transmits vainglorious dance grooves that are emphatically complimented to a mature Trip-Hop. 

Richmond, VA | April 30, 2010 – DJ RNS is after something more this time. His arty alter ego, Manotti da Vinci, has composed a symphonic masterpiece fusing dance beats and hip-hop. The wired, trippy, acidic sounds of hip-hop can not only be heard but bridge influence over the electronic music genre. “An ElektRemixed State of Mine” will enhance your musical perception after witnessing a mash-up of the hottest sounds, creating a pulsating texture that is illustrated through your speakers. The ElektRemixed State of Mine album is lead by the hit club single, “Tell Da Coppers,” as featured on Audio Academy’s 2010 Winter Music Conference Battle of the DJ’s II. In two weeks of competition, the single allowed DJ RNS to finish in the Top 100 as a new participant amongst over 500 entrees. DJ RNS has put his stamp on the game and his vision embodies a new scene with his album’s release regulating your ears on an artistic escape to disc. Are you ready?


DJ RNS took the national scene by storm when he signed a contract with XM Satellite Radio that allowed the IREGULA RADIO syndicated mixed CD concept to air as a weekly radio show every Tuesday at 10 PM on XM, Direct TV and AOL Radio.  This incredible opportunity allowed DJ RNS to market himself to millions of listeners while strengthening the Iregula Muzik Group brand via IREGULA RADIO. As his fan base grew to unimaginable levels, DJ RNS enlisted special guest appearances from numerous national recording artists such as: Chris Brown, Rick Ross, Memphis Bleek, The Game, Paul Wall, Jae Millz (Young Money), David Banner, Alfamega (Grand Hustle), Kinfolk Kia Shine, Talib Kweli, Yung Joc, Rich Boy, Eve, Lloyd Banks (G-Unit), Daz Dillinger, Jody Breeze, Gorilla Zoe (Bad Boy South), The Clipse, DJ Khaled, Mya, Freeway, Trina, Swizz Beatz and more.


IREGULA MUZIK GROUP is a Virginia-based company focused on music production, DJ services and artist development. IMG’s value is further strengthened by collaboration with The LaunchPad Productions, a communications and consulting company. The joint venture generates new media marketing tools focused on business development, branding strategies, and event planning. Future projects include album release galas, concerts, promotional tours, and night life beverage branding initiatives.

01. Launch Sequence (Intro)
02. Manotti da Vinci – Are You Ready
03. Manotti vs. Drake – Never F*@kin’ Over
04. Manotti vs. Gucci Mane – Lemon-Limeade
05. Manotti vs. Ludacris – How Low Did She Go
06. Manotti vs. Young Money – Bed Rizzocked
07. London Trip
08. Manotti vs. Jay-Z – Party 2 Life
09. V-H8 Juice
10. Manotti vs. Drake & Lil Wayne – Money Already Blown
11. Only In Vegas
12. Manotti da Vinci – Tell Da Coppers
13. Manotti vs. Roscoe Dash – Turnt Way To Up
14. Manotti vs. Waka Flocka – Yeeeaaahhh!!! Oh I Do’s It
15. Manotti vs. Wale – World Tours (Let’s Go)
16. Manotti vs. Kid Cudi – You Can Believe That
17. Manotti vs. Timbaland – Before Morning, After Dark
18. Manotti vs. 50 Cent – Eight Babies By Me Baby

The album release listening party is at Popkins Tavern on June 19, 2010. This event will be sponsored by UV Vodka.

R. Anthony Harris

R. Anthony Harris

I created Richmond, Virginia’s culture publication RVA Magazine and brought the first Richmond Mural Project to town. Designed the first brand for the Richmond’s First Fridays Artwalk and promoted the citywide “RVA” brand before the city adopted it as the official moniker. I threw a bunch of parties. Printed a lot of magazines. Met so many fantastic people in the process. Professional work: www.majormajor.me

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