DJ Cheapshot

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DJ Cheapshot
Origin Burbank, California
Occupation(s) DJ, record producer
Labels Spytech Records
Demigodz Records
Associated acts Styles of Beyond
Get Busy Committee
The Demigodz
Fort Minor

DJ Cheapshot is the DJ of the hip hop ensemble Styles of Beyond, Get Busy Committee, and Fort Minor. He is also associated with the Demigodz and the Get Busy Committee, as well as being the founder of SpyTech Records, which is located in Reseda, Los Angeles, and the Cheapshot's bar, which is located in Long Beach, California. Cheapshot currently resides in Burbank, California.

Space Invadas[edit]

Space Invadas is a joke group Cheapshot made with his friend DJ Jester in college when they were bored. Unlike in most of his Styles of Beyond material, which is mostly production, Cheapshot provides vocals for some of his own tracks (including Trades of the Tools, which is a parody of the Fort Minor Militia track Tools of the Trade, which incidentally, he provides parody vocals for also).

Solo Tracks[edit]

  • OH NO
  • Trades of the Tools
  • Duck, Duck, Goose (Remix)
  • Simon Says (Cheapshot Remix)[1]

Solo Releases[edit]

Cheapshot also has released several solo CDs, Vinyls, and Mixtapes, which are listed below, along with several digital releases Cheapshot has released on the Styles Of Beyond fan-site, SOBCentral.

  • Fort Minor: Sampler Mixtape (2005)
  • DJ Cheapshot Presents... Mega Dudical (2007)
  • DJ Cheapshot & DJ Marshall Barnes: Party Mouth! (2007)
  • True Love & False Idols Presents: Jazzercidal Tendencies (2008)
  • Club Footed (2009)
  • True Love & False Idols Presents: Jazzercidal Tendencies Part 2 (2011)[2]
Other (Vinyl):
  • Cheapshot's Sucka' Breaks: Beat (Downs), Cuts & Nosebleeds (1998)
SOBCentral releases:
  • Here We Come (Remix)[3]
  • Murderer (Remix)[4]
  • Alcohol[5]
Other (MP3):
  • Cheapshot Anthem[6]


Cheapshot has also done several solo tours, aside from his Styles of Beyond tours, including a Mixtape Tour for his Party Mouth! CD, which he released with DJ Marshall Barnes, who is also headlining the tour with him.

Movie Scores[edit]

On December 17, 2007, it was revealed that DJ Cheapshot and Vin Skully had been chosen and hired to complete the entire score for the A&E Network series L.A. Gang Unit. Sometime on 2015, they had written some songs for the Ant Man movie and were credited. Scores from The Nut Job and Ride Along were programmed by him as well.

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