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DJ Course is a Baltimore golf club DJ/maker who produced his major-label debut in ’09 2009 after a few years of underground activity. Created Daniel Woodis in Baltimore, MD, he primarily founded himself on the neighborhood golf club scene through the early ’90s as both a DJ and maker. He quickly became from the label Unruly Information, among the pillars from the burgeoning Baltimore golf club scene from the 1990s. Among his perhaps most obviously productions on Unruly Information is “Rip the Membership Up,” that was originally released in 1999 but was spun for a long time afterward since it became a staple from the Baltimore membership scene. In ’09 2009, DJ Course produced his major-label debut on General Republic using the one “I’m the Ish.” Originally released to small fanfare beyond its local charm, “I’m the Ish” became a countrywide membership hit once some remixes started circulating, specifically those offering Lil Jon and Kanye Western world.

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