Why I switched from BPM Supreme to ZIP DJ for my DJ music service [and would recommend other DJ's should too] ZIP DJ Initial Review

I had a BPM Supreme DJ music subscription from 2015 through the beginning of 2023 and here's why I switched:

  • I could NOT find most of the music that I enjoyed from DI.FM Radio
  • No Latin music unless subscribing to the additional service (wtf)
  • The new UI that came out in 2022 is not very user friendly

I saw an ad on Facebook (got me! lol) for ZIP DJ service and noticed a DJ colleague had provided a review mentioning how awesome their service is.. so I got interested.

And then I noticed how they were tailored to the electronic music DJ (you know me, house music lover!), so I was definitely interested.

When I'm wanting to find new music for my Laced Radio podcast, I'll buy the tracks on Beatport and/or get them from a DJ subscription service (previously used BPM Supreme).

I cancelled my BPM Supreme and dove in to ZIP DJ! (Got accepted within a day :D)

So far, I am very impressed.  I searched from some of my followed artists on DI.FM and was able to find them!  It's also very cool that I can see the Artist, Track, AND record label.

In summary:  I would absolutely recommend ZIP DJ subscription service to my fellow DJ's, ESPECIALLY if you're in to electronic music (and already have your 70s, 80s, 90s, 2000s hits in your library.

Looking forward to showcasing some of my favorite tracks in the next Laced Radio podcast episode!  Let's GO!

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