A prominent name in Latin bass music, rapper/manufacturer DJ Laz (aka Lazaro Mendez) began his musical job at age 15, rotating, blending, and scratching at regional night clubs in South Florida. This resulted in jobs being a DJ at WHQT FM and WPOW 96.5 FM, where he’s among the station’s most widely used on-air personalities. DJ Laz agreed upon with the reputed bass music label Pandisc and released his debut record, DJ Laz Offering Mami Un Negro, in 1991; the solo “Mami Un Negro” debuted in the very best 100. His various other albums, such as 1993’s Trip Into Bass, 1996’s Ruler of Bass, 1998’s Cruzin’, and 2000’s Pimpin’, had been also released by Pandisc and presented rappers like Technique Doggie, Celo, Hallucination, and Daddy C. Furthermore to his responsibilities like a rapper and DJ, Laz also promotes displays and performs at Feet. Lauderdale clubs such as for example Zippers and Roxy, and it has remixed songs for Luther Campbell, 2 Live Team, Will Smith, and Gloria Estefan.