After months of fierce competition and amazing remixes of some of our favorite club bangers, the moment we’ve all been waiting for has finally come. Congratulations to the Master of the Mix, Jayceeoh! We caught up with Jayceeoh to discuss his experience in becoming the Season Three champion
VH1: Congratulations! What was the best part about being named Master of the Mix?
Jayceeoh: Thank you! The best part was getting to show the world my talent and passion for music and performance. Now that people’s eyes are on me I plan to continue improving my craft and hopefully impressing people with every move I make.
How will winning Master of the Mix help you achieve your goals?
Jayceeoh: Millions of viewers got to see what I am capable of. I plan to seize every opportunity possible to take my career to the top. Now it’s time for me to take my show global and create some timeless music.
We’re looking forward to seeing more of you and obviously can’t wait to hear the music you’ll be creating. What challenge was your favorite?
Jayceeoh: My favorite challenge was the finale. I got to have free reign and put together a set that represented my style and how I got to perform.
What challenge was most difficult?
Jayceeoh: The team challenge was the most difficult. The entire competition was already high pressure regardless of the challenge, but having to rely on another person’s performance to stay in the competition was tense. Luckily, I was teamed up with Chris Karns. We’re both champions so we were able to knock it out of of the box. Truth be told we didn’t have a successful practice run until we performed for the judges.
Wow, really? You guys definitely seemed like you had it locked down! We’re honestly impressed. Throughout the competition, what feedback did you take most to heart?
Jayceeoh: After the producer challenge the judges told me they thought I had a bright future as a producer. I’ve been wanting to make the jump from super-DJ to super-producer for a long time. So hearing that from them gave me the fuel to really focus on being an artist/producer/DJ moving forward.
That must have felt great. Throughout the competition, who did you think was your biggest competition?
Jayceeoh: Chris Karns. I had to take out a DMC World Champion! Trust me that is not an easy task. I used to study battle routines by Chris Karns when I was younger and starting out as a DJ. Incrediboi and Dynamix were also seriously forces in the competition!
We’ve gotta say, the competition this season was incredibly tough. What was the best thing that’s happened to you since you earned the title Master of the Mix?
Jayceeoh: The best thing so far has been assembling a new management team and booking agency to help me turn my goals and dreams into a reality.
That’s great! We can’t wait to hear more from you in the future. Where can your fans get the latest on all things Jayceeoh?
Jayceeoh: My fans can follow me on Twitter for the latest. My handle is @JAYCEEOH.