From his 2002 white label remix of Lenny Kravitz Going my way Armand meets penton mix to his original song Brazilian Drums with release reviews such as It’s a hot slice of NYC progressive tribal that’s getting lots of support from Danny Tenaglia, DJ Vibe and Trendroid. Big stabs and massive drums pound it out. Huge! His talent was evident. Armand Pena’s track reached the top 10 on beatport.com for the most downloads during the summer of 2004 for ‘Watching Me’. Armand has positioned himself in the underground dance scene not only as a DJ, but as well as a Music Producer extending his releases with Robbie Rivera Juicy label, George Morels Groove on label and Star 69 records. From the underground dance scene in the legendary South Beach strip to the prestigious Coconut Grove, Armand Pena has amassed an impressive array of artistic accomplishments. But considering that music was in his veins at birth, it comes to no surprise! especially to his father who himself was a DJ. Born in New York City, music was a constant in DJ Armand s family and social life. Armand Pena was exposed to the DJ scene at a young age as he eagerly tagged along with his father to gigs not only to listen and learn, but also contributing with his unique style. It didn’t take long before Armand grabbed his dad s turntables, attempted his first mix, and was bitten for life.
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