Multi-Platinum Selling, Grammy Nominated, Pop Dance 1990's Act

QUAD CITY DJ'S

 

The Quad City DJ's is an American multi-platinum, Grammy nominated music group co-founded by C.C. Lemonhead (Nathaniel Orange). The group recorded the 1996 hit “C’mon N’ Ride It (The Train)”. They are best known for writing and performing the theme song to the 1996 animated basketball film Space Jam. “Space Jam is a hallmark of ‘90s nostalgia. Do you remember the ‘90s? Then you remember Space Jam, and transitively, you love Space Jam...”, stated the New Yorker magazine in 2015. Today, the Quad City DJ’s’ “Space Jam” has become a viral internet hit with thousands of mash-up versions of the song and over 50 million views! 


As producers, the Quad City DJ’s also worked with 95 South to create the triple platinum hit “Whoot! There It Is”. Their success led to work creating, performing and producing the 69 Boyz double platinum single "Tootsee Roll”.

Due to the new interest in their music, the group decided to once again perform live.  Their show consist of the hits they were involved with as well as new re-mixes of classic party pop/dance songs from the 1990’s.
Current members of the group include:  co-founder DJ, CC Lemonhead, vocalist Tamara Wallace (formerly of the Funky Green Dogs), rapper TonyWHOA! and singer/percussionist David D.  The Quad City DJ’s will be releasing new recordings beginning in early 2020 as well as performing half-time shows at major sporting events nationally.

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