This week we had a chance to sit down wth Fit Radio DJ, DJ Spryte. This is what he had to say:
Q: Who do you think should run for president in two years?
A: Daenerys Targaryen. (Yep I went there!)
Q: How many push up’s you can do?
A: In a row, I would say about 45. Then, I would fall over.
Q: Would you eat a bowl of crickets for $100,000?
A: Are we talking live crickets? Would some kind of seasoning salt be permitted? (Either way, I’d still most likely do it!)
Q: What are your top 3 gigs you have ever DJed?
A: This is a though one. Actually, I think Fit Radio has worked with them. I did a Night Nation Run Festival in Los Angles last year with 15,000 people. That would definitely be one of my favorite shows. The other 2 would have to be when I played in South Korea at Club Answer and I love Canada so I would say the shows I’ve done up in Grande Prairie, Alberta.
Q: What did you think the 1st time you played the Fit Radio App?
A: Great App! People needed something like this. Especially for running, gym sessions, or even road trips.
Q: How does Fit Radio help people’s workouts?
A: Music has a tremendous effect on the way you feel. The right mix can motivate you to go the extra mile or keep pushing through your workout when you feel like quitting.
Q: What is the best feature on Fit Radio?
A: The Selection of mixes available. Plus having them all categorized really helps you navigate to exactly the style of music you’re looking for.
Q: How do you prepare a mix for Fit Radio?
A: I really like finding different and new styles of music and mixing them together with familiar elements of songs that are more recognizable to people. It’s a great way to introduce new music to the listener. When I start making the mix, I try to pair up vocals from hit records with newer, more abstract tracks. I think of a mix as a whole piece of music, as opposed to a collection of songs. So, it’s very common to always hear something going on, even in the spaces between tracks.
Learn more about DJ Spryte and listen to his latest mixes here.