From mixing on the air at HOT 97, to djing for brands such as Apple’s Beats by Dre and New York’s International Auto Show. The New Jersey native started off as one of the station’s street team DJs, before quickly moving up the ranks and becoming a show producer for Funkmaster Flex, Lisa Evers, and DJ Bobby Trends. As an Open Format DJ, Michael Medium has performed at Billboard Hot 100, SOB’s, Webster Hall, Ace Hotel, Santos Party House, Club Sho, Phuket, Sons of Essex, Mercury Lounge, The Grayson, Public Assembly, Coco 66 and holds a monthly residency on the Jewel Yacht. Over the years he has shared the stage with the likes of Roc Nation’s Rapsody, Pro Era, ASAP Mob, Manolo Rose, Smoke DZA and Dougie F. You can catch Michael Medium on the DJ Camilo App breaking new R&B Artist, and on AM!
Brooklyn-based record label Fool’s Gold was founded in 2007 by DJs A-Trak and Nick Catchdubs and quickly established itself with a non-stop series of releases bridging the worlds of hip-hop and electronic music, introducing artists like Danny Brown, Kid Cudi and Duck Sauce to the world while being dubbed an “indie innovator” by Billboard, a “tastemaker label” by the New York Times, and “one of the most influential indies in the music business” by Pitchfork. With a clever and constantly evolving aesthetic for all Fool’s Gold visuals and merchandise, the company has become more than an independent music powerhouse, but a trendsetting lifestyle brand.
For seven years running, Fool’s Gold has continued to find new ways to excite and surprise their fans beyond records.
Starting as a college radio show hosted by Christian Mordi, The Come
Up Radio has transformed into an underground hip-hop movement.
Hosting events and showcases around New York City, The Come Up Radio
has brought prominent underground acts such as Fredo Santana, Joey Fatts , RetcH , Smoke DZA, Da$h, Deniro Farrar , Vinny Cha$e, A$AP Ant, A$ton Matthews, Junglepussy, Scotty ATL and Yung Gleesh on as headliners while adding local acts as openers. Many of the bubbling underground artists on the scene partnered with The Come Up Radio for their first headlining shows in New York.
The Come Up Radio’s goal is to provide underground artists a platform
to get their music to the public while giving fans the best product