R&B Superstars, Angie Stone and Montell Jordan, Hosts International DJ Awards Show

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The International Disc Jockey Trade Association Awards Show is an awards show celebrating DJs in a variety of musical genres such as Hip-Hop, Rock, Pop, R&B, Country, Soul, Reggae, Calypso, Salsa, Alternative, Jazz, and Techno.

The International Disc Jockey Trade Association (IDJTA) Awards Show and Trade Expo will be hosted by multi-platinum recording superstars, Angie Stone and Montell Jordan, on August 8-11, 2010 at the downtown Atlanta Renaissance Hotel in Atlanta, Georgia.

Stone is currently promoting her highly-acclaimed new album, “Unexpected” (Stax Records/Concord Music Group) which features the infectious single, “Maybe,” which is in stores now. Stone is also fielding through numerous offers for her reality show, “The Next Big Spin,” a DJ competition. Her co-host, Montell Jordan, is just as active starring as one of the headliners on a forty-city tour for the 20th anniversary of the classic, hit movie, House Party. Jordan is also currently promoting a new album and single both titled, “Liars, Friends and Haters.”

“Not only are we excited about having the biggest DJs in the industry as a part of our awards show and trade expo, but we have accomplished and well-respected R&B singers to honor and show appreciation to these talented DJs,” says Edwin Myles, founder and CEO of the IDJ Trade Association, LLC.

About The IDJTA Awards Show
The International Disc Jockey Trade Association Awards Show is an awards show celebrating DJs in a variety of musical genres such as Hip-Hop, Rock, Pop, R&B, Country, Soul, Reggae, Calypso, Salsa, Alternative, Jazz, and Techno. DJs from across the country will come together to honor the accomplishments of disc jockeys and pioneers in the industry. This event serves as a night to celebrate the culture and essence of their craft. The awards ceremony will consist of DJs, pioneers, entrepreneurs, and artists past and present that are coming together to change the face of music. Honorees include pillars of Hip-Hop culture and trailblazers of the disc jockey profession—Afrika Baambataa, DJ Red Alert, DJ Jazzy Jeff, Kid Capri, Chief Rocker Bizzy Bee, 83-year-old Herb Kent and a host of other living legends often forgotten for their massive contribution to the multi-billion dollar Hop-Hop industry.

For more information on the IDJTA Award Show and to vote for your favorite DJs, please visit http://IDJTrade.com and http://IDJAwards.com. For celebrity RSVP, media information and press credentials, contact Lila Brown at Lila(at)EllaBeePR(dot)com.

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