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Tyrone Miller (AKA DJ Bizzon) is one of the Midwest’s most sought-after DJs. Tyrone co-hosts Those Hip Hop Guys Radio on 91.7FM WMSE and is a member of Vocalo Radio’s DJ collective in Chicago. He created and writes for JSOnline’s Those Hip Hop Guys Blog, the only column in a major Wisconsin publication focused on hip-hop culture. He’s also an activist, mentor, youth worker and nationally recognized teaching artist who uses music to empower young people and create change in the community.
Winner of Vocalo Radio’s “Quest For The Best DJ” battle, DJ Bizzon’s creative turntablism skills, original production and hands-on style has made him one of the Midwest’s most sought-after DJs. He’s opened for or performed with artists including Travis Scott, Kendrick Lamar, Pitbull, Mac Miller, ?uestlove, Just Blaze, Naughty By Nature, People Under The Stairs and DJ Abilities. From the songs you’ve heard to bangers you haven’t, Bizzon prides himself on rocking the party without compromising artistic music selection. The same work ethic and originality that make him a standout on the turntables carry through to his other roles in the community – activist, teacher, mentor and youth work professional.
Bizzon uses music to empower young people and create change in their lives. He teaches in Milwaukee Public Schools and at The Scratch Sessions, providing DJ and music production lessons, career training and mentorship for youth. His expertise in youth programming, creating and leading workshops, and organizing events led to his national reputation as a teaching artist and opportunities like serving as a Lead Teaching Artist at the Youth Hip Hop Artist Residency in Seattle in 2016, a program in partnership with the Macklemore Foundation, Arts Corps, EMP Museum and Microsoft.
In addition to DJing and youth work, Bizzon co-hosts Those Hip Hop Guys Radio on WMSE 91.7FM, Milwaukee’s only all underground and old school hip-hop radio show and is a member of Vocalo Radio’s DJ collective in Chicago. He also created and writes for JSOnline’s Those Hip Hop Guys Blog, the only column in a major Wisconsin publication focused on hip-hop culture.