Watch TJ Mizell Wreck The Ones & Twos On A NYC Subway Car
DJ TJ Mizell has made a name for himself throughout the years. The son of iconic DJ Jam Master Jay, Mizell has served as the touring DJ for A$AP Ferg, as well as toured with the likes of Jack U, Zeds Dead, Kiesza and more.
But it's moments such as these that not only show how talented of a DJ Mizell is, but how he can incite a party anywhere he goes — even on a New York train.
The artist took to the city's L train from 1st Avenue to Brooklyn for an impromptu performance, which featured "New Level" and "Work (Remix)" by Ferg; "Work" by Electric Bodega; and "Cut It" by O.T. Genasis.
As you'll see in the video Mizell, along with the help of his Doperoots collective, manages to squeeze his DJ setup — two turntables, a mixer and a laptop — into the train, with a number of unsuspecting riders looking onward.
Once everything kicks into gear a large portion of people surround Mizell as he lays down a quick set, with a special anonymous train rider making an appearance at the very end of the DJ's "Trill Train" set.
This actually serves as the second time Mizell has done something like this. The first time he did this was back in 2014, when he and some friends set up speakers and turntables on an F train headed to Brooklyn from Manhattan. Mizell ended up performing over the Williamsburg Bridge all the way to Marcy Avenue in Brooklyn, dedicating his set to Jay Z.
The stunt was so well received on the Internet that it led to Mizell doing it again.
If you happen to live in New York and looking for a Halloween festivity to check out, Mizell is performing tonight at 84 Wooster Street. Details for the show, as well as tickets, can be found here.