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Dj Relentless

Dj Relentless

Originally from Tampa Florida, Toronto's newest import DJ RELENTLESS is a Queer African-American house music DJ/Remixer/radio personality who concluded a historic 12-year residency in 2010 at New York's famed Escuelita nightclub.

House heads and club kidz alike groove to the New York sounds of DJ RELENTLESS every FRIDAY at his "Club-Lite" dance party in The Zone, DIRTY MONDAYS and NIGHT SKOOL WEDNESDAYS at Crews & Tangos nightclub (508 Church Street, Toronto). Please arrive early to avoid line-ups.

Can't get enough? Music fans can score the very latest releases in his widely celebrated series of promo only CDs mixed exclusively by DJ RELENTLESS on his blogs for as well on his website ( ). A music subscription service is also available, and don't forget to ask about the historic "Relentlessly Cunty" 5 volume set of cunty beatz and ballroom/runway classics.

My alter-ego:

JADE ELEKTRA is a legendary Queer African-American drag entertainer, nightlife personality, performing/recording artist, film/television/stage actress and outspoken HIV status symbol and role model. She has performed the world over with everyone from Harmonica Sunbeam to Beyonce, from Ill NaNa DiverseCity Dance Company to Calista Flockhart, from MJ White to Bermuda's Sybil Barrington.

Her classic underground c-c-cunty anthems include "Bitch, You Look Fierce", "How Do I Look?", "Why Are You Gaggin'?", "What-Evah", "RIF (Reading Is Fundamental)", "She Turns It", "You Bettah Feel It", "This Is What We Call A Bitch Track" and "Trade".

HIV for 22 years, Miss Elektra premiered her groundbreaking new single "HIVogue" on World AIDS Day December 1st, 2010 with epic remixes by Vjuan Allure, DJ Fierce Tease, and, of course, her less-glamorous twin brother DJ Relentless!

In 2011 crowned Miss Play 2011 and Miss Toronto Continental Elite , Jade's freshly re-issued album Proud Mary: 10th Anniversary Edition (2nd Level Records) features the hit singles "Bitch You Look Fierce", "Why Are You Gaggin'?" and "What-Evah!" plus five bonus tracks including "Don't Explain", "How Do I Look?" and "HIVogue".

Remixes of "HIVogue" by Vjuan Allure, Chip Chop and DJ Fierce Tease go on sale on iTunes as soon as she is able to locate a non-profit organization that is willing to take on the controversial subject matter of AIDS Awareness and sex sites in a track. Be on the look-out for her new single with The Snatsch Sisters called "Realness" in 2012.

Together or separately, DJ RELENTLESS and JADE ELEKTRA are a force to be reckoned with! Please stay tuned to Facebook for their latest club nights, parties, events, music video releases and booking information.


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(Plus you can find Jade Elektra and DJ Relentless on twitter)


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DJ Relentless expands his fundraising

Friday, 31 January 2014 Written by // DJ Relentless Categories // DJ Relentless, Activism, Events, Music, Living with HIV, Dj Relentless

Our resident DJ writer is finding new ways to help Toronto PWA Foundation, starting in February

DJ Relentless expands his fundraising

2014 is off to a great start! I have decided to take my fundraising up a notch. Of course POZ-TO 15 is happening on February 2nd (Sunday), but I am also proud to announce that there will be two more dance parties that you can help Toronto's People With AIDS Foundation happening this upcoming month as well. 

On February 15th (Saturday), I will be spinning for WAYLA's "NYC 90s" event with your hostess Scarlett BoBo as we treat you to a night out in The Big Apple during the 1990's. If you stop by the booth, you can make a donation for PWA there. This is not a fundraiser, but you can still help this great charity.

And starting on February 23rd and every last Sunday of each month, I will be spinning for a Tea Dance called "SUNDAY NIGHT FEVER" at Zipperz from 7 PM to 10 PM. And each request is only $2 (which will go to PWA as a donation).

Find out all the details and formats of each event on facebook:


NYC 90s