DJ Tom and Raevas working to reach the top

May 13, 2022
This diva got the assets for a goddess.
This diva got the assets for a goddess.
Birthday girl Rusheel chills with Qumar.
Birthday girl Rusheel chills with Qumar.
Camille Lee, Beenie Man’s special lady, was among those who leggo the streets last Wednesday.
Camille Lee, Beenie Man’s special lady, was among those who leggo the streets last Wednesday.
DJ Tom (left) and Raevas, the founders of Leggo Di Streets Wednesdays.
DJ Tom (left) and Raevas, the founders of Leggo Di Streets Wednesdays.
Patrons Marthe (left) and Terri at Leggo Di Streets Wednesdays
last week.
Patrons Marthe (left) and Terri at Leggo Di Streets Wednesdays last week.
Dancehalll icon Beenie Man (right) and dancer, Energy.
Dancehalll icon Beenie Man (right) and dancer, Energy.
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Selectors DJ Tom and Raevas say they want their stocks to rise in the music business to the point where they are comparable with the likes of Tony Matherhorn and Fire Links, two of their heroes.

"Fire Links, he's different from all the DJs -- him argument and style -- and that impress me about him," said DJ Tom.

Raevas said that he admires Tony Matherhorn's style, quality and longevity. "He has been doing it from I was a little youth, and him still a do it," Raevas said.

DJ Tom and Raevas are responsible for the staging of Leggo Di Streets Wednesdays, a weekly party that is held at 27 1/4 Central Road in Kencot, St Andrew. The event has been getting lots of love from patrons and industry players alike.

The selecting duo has been around for a decade, and Raevas said that they have been able to make their mark in the business because they are students of the art.

"The reason for our longevity in the music is our understanding of the culture, studying different genres of the music and current trends," said Raevas.

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