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DMC World DJ Championships
DJ Fly at DMC World 2008.JPG
GenreHip hop
Years active1985-present
Founded byDisco Mix Club
Website[1]

DMC World DJ Championships is an annual DJ competition hosted by Disco Mix Club (DMC) which began in 1985.

DMC’s World DJ Championships, sponsored internationally by Technics and Ortofon, has grown over the years and the formats of its competitions have developed along with demand.[citation needed] Originally intended to be a DJ mixing battle, DJ Cheese introduced scratching in his routine in 1986, changing the course of future DMC battles[citation needed].

The DJs are allowed a period of exactly six minutes to perform.

DJ Champions[edit]

World DJ Champions[edit]

  • 1986 - 1. DJ Cheese (USA), 2. Chad Jackson (UK), 3. Orlando Voorn (Netherlands), 4. Roger Tuuri (Sweden), 5. Mick "Cutfather" Hansen (Denmark), 6. Kris Kastaar (Belgium)
  • 1987 - 1. Chad Jackson (UK), 2. Joe Rodriguez (US), 3. Dee Nasty (France)
  • 1988 - 1. Cash Money (USA), 2. Mick "Cutfather" Hansen (Denmark), 3. All-Star Fresh (Netherlands), 4. Rob Watz (Sweden), 5. Cutmaster Swift (UK), 6. Kari Vesala (Finland)
  • 1989 - 1. Cutmaster Swift (UK), 2. Aladdin (USA), 3. Elliot Ness (Finland), 4. Soulshock (Denmark), 5. Mick "Cutfather" Hansen (Denmark), 6. Erick Eerdhuizen (Netherlands)
  • 1990 - 1. DJ David (Germany), 2. Francesco Zappala (Italy), 3. DJ Reckless (UK)
  • 1991 - 1. DJ David (Germany), 2. DJ Q-Bert (USA), 3. DJ Yoshi (Japan)
  • 1992 - 1. Rocksteady DJs (Mix Master Mike, DJ Q-Bert, and DJ Apollo) (USA), 2. Crazy Fast Nefis (France), 3. KK (Italy)
  • 1993-94[1] - 1. Dreamteam (Mix Master Mike and DJ Q-Bert) (USA), 2. Alliance Etnik (France), 3. Cutting Crew (Denmark)
  • 1994-95 - 1. Roc Raida (USA) - X-Men (a.k.a. The X-Ecutioners)[2], 2. DJ Noize (Denmark), 3. Alliance Etnik (France)
  • 1996 - 1. DJ Noize (Denmark), 2. DJ Tommy (Hong Kong), 3. Roc Raida (USA)
  • 1997 - 1. DJ A-Trak (Canada), 2. Crazy B (France), 3. DJ Pogo (UK), 4. Akakabe (Japan)
  • 1998 - 1. DJ Craze (USA), 2. Crazy B (France), 3. A-Trak (Canada), 4. Akakabe (Japan), 5. Dexta (Australia)
  • 1999 - DJ Craze (USA)
  • 2000 - 1. DJ Craze (USA), 2. DJ Dexta (Australia), 3. Mr. Thing (UK)
  • 2001 - 1. DJ Plus One (UK) - Scratch Perverts, 2. DJ Klever (USA), 3T. DJ Kentaro (Japan), 3T. P-Money (New Zealand)
  • 2002 - 1. DJ Kentaro (Japan), 2. DJ Skully (UK)
  • 2003 - Dopey (Canada)
  • 2004 - Ie.Merg (USA)
  • 2005 - Ie.Merg (USA)
  • 2006 - Netik (France)
  • 2007 - DJ Rafik (Germany)
  • 2008 - DJ Fly (France)
  • 2009 - DJ Shiftee (USA)
  • 2010 - DJ LigOne (France)
  • 2011 - DJ Vajra (USA)
  • 2012 - DJ Izoh (Japan)
  • 2013 - DJ Fly (France)
  • 2014 - Mr. Switch (UK)
  • 2015 - Vekked (Canada)
  • 2016 - DJ Yuto (Japan)
  • 2017 - DJ Rena (Japan) - youngest ever world champion aged 12
  • 2018 - DJ Skillz (France)

Breakdown by country (32 in total):

  • 12 USA
  • 4 UK
  • 5 France
  • 5 Japan
  • 3 Germany
  • 3 Canada
  • 1 Denmark

UK DJ Champions[edit]

(and world rankings)

  • 1985 - Roger Johnson (1st)
  • 1986 - Chad Jackson (2nd)
  • 1987 - CJ Mackintosh
  • 1988 - 1. Cutmaster Swift (5th), 2. Owen D, 3. Scratch Professor
  • 1989 - 1. Cutmaster Swift (1st), 2. DJ Pogo, 3. DJ Trix
  • 1990 - 1. Reckless (3rd), 2. DJ Pogo, 3. DJ Trix
  • 1991 - Reckless
  • 1992 - DJ Sparra
  • 1993-94 - DJ Sparra
  • 1994-95 - DJ Kofi
  • 1996 - 1. Cutmaster Swift, 2. DJ Kofi, 3. Prime Cuts
  • 1997 - 1. DJ Pogo (3rd), 2. DJ Excel
  • 1998 - 1. Prime Cuts, 2. DJ Excel, 3. Tony Vegas
  • 1999 - 1. Tony Vegas (2nd), 2. Plus One, 3. Prime Cuts
  • 2000 - 1. Mr Thing (3rd), 2. Plus One, 3. Mad Cut
  • 2001 - Plus One (1st)
  • 2002 - Skully (2nd)
  • 2003 - Quest (3rd)
  • 2004 - DJ Blakey
  • 2005 - Muzzell
  • 2006 - Asian Hawk
  • 2007 - JFB
  • 2008 - Skully
  • 2009 - Jeppa
  • 2010 - Jeppa
  • 2011 - JFB
  • 2012 - Ritchie Ruftone (3rd)
  • 2013 - Ritchie Ruftone (2nd)
  • 2013 - Jon1st (3rd)
  • 2014 - Ritchie Ruftone
  • 2014 - Mr. Switch (1st)
  • 2015 - JFB + Ritchie Ruftone - joint 1st place
  • 2016 - Ritchie Ruftone
  • 2017 - DJ Rasp
  • 2018 - El Statiko

US DJ Champions[edit]

(and world rankings)

  • 1986 - DJ Cheese (1st)
  • 1987 - Joe Rodriguez (2nd)
  • 1988 - Cash Money (1st)
  • 1989 - 1. Aladdin (2nd), 2. DJ Miz, 3. Bad Boy Bill
  • 1990 - 1. Baby G, 2. Steve Dee
  • 1991 - 1. Q-Bert (2nd), 2. DJ Rectangle, 3. Boogie Boy
  • 1992 - 1. Rocksteady DJs (Mix Master Mike, DJ QBert, and DJ Apollo) (1st), 2. Roc Raida
  • 1993-94 - DJ Rectangle
  • 1994-95 - 1. Roc Raida (1st), 2. Shortkut, 3. DJ Ghetto
  • 1996 - 1. DJ Swamp, 2. Mista Sinista, 3. DJ Babu
  • 1997 - 1. DJ Slyce, 2. Total Eclipse, 3. DJ Craze
  • 1998 - 1. DJ Craze (1st), 2. Shortkut, 3. DJ Dummy
  • 1999 - 1. DJ P-Trix (3rd), 2. Spictakular, 3. DJ Slyce
  • 2000 - 1. DJ Klever, 2. P-Trix, 3. Jay Slim
  • 2001 - DJ Klever (2nd)
  • 2002 - DJ Perseus
  • 2003 - DJ Enferno (2nd)
  • 2004 - Ie.Merg (1st)
  • 2005 - DJ Kico
  • 2005 - Ie.Merg - Defending World title (1st)
  • 2006 - Fred Funk
  • 2007 - DJ Precision
  • 2008 - DJ Slyce (2nd) - Returns to DMC 9 years later.
  • 2009 - DJ Shiftee (1st)
  • 2010 - DJ Etronik
  • 2011 - DJ Chris Karns formerly known as Vajra (1st)
  • 2012 - DJ Precision (2nd) - Returns to DMC 5 years later.
  • 2013 - DJ Esquire
  • 2014 - DJ I-Dee (2nd) - USA & Online World Champion
  • 2015 - DJ Precision (3rd) -
  • 2016 - DJ Traps (3rd)
  • 2017 - DJ Perly - first female DJ to represent USA
  • 2018 - DJ Throdown

Australia DJ Champions[edit]

  • 1988 - Andrew Muirhead
  • 1989 - John Alsop
  • 1992 - DJ KC
  • 1993-94 - DJ KC
  • 1997 - DJ Dexta
  • 1998 - DJ Dexta (4th)
  • 1999 - DJ Dexta
  • 2000 - DJ Dexta (2nd)
  • 2001 - DJ Samrai
  • 2002 - DJ Selekt
  • 2003 - Staen 1
  • 2004 - Staen 1
  • 2005 - Staen 1
  • 2006 - DJ Perplex
  • 2007 - DJ Perplex
  • 2008 - DJ Perplex

(Note: No DMC Competition in AUS from 2009 - 2011)

  • 2012 - DJ BTwo
  • 2013 - DJ BTwo
  • 2014 - DJ BTwo
  • 2015 - Broke
  • 2016 - DJ Osyris
  • 2017 - DJ Osyris
  • 2018 - Midsole

Belgium DJ Champions[edit]

  • 1986 - Kris Kastaar (6th)
  • 1989 - Daddy K
  • 1992 - Steven Lemmens & Raf Verelst
  • 1997 - DJ Joss
  • 1998 - Daddy K
  • 1999 - DJ Joss
  • 2001 - DJ Magicut

Canada DJ Champions[edit]

(and world ranking)

  • 1989 - Jam On Strong
  • 1992 - Ground Control (team)
  • 1996 - D-Scratch
  • 1997 - A-Trak (1st)
  • 1998 - Lil' Jaz
  • 1999 - DJ Wax
  • 2000 - DJ Pump
  • 2001 - JR Flo
  • 2002 - DJ Dopey (3rd)
  • 2003 - DJ Dopey (1st)
  • 2004 - DJ Dopey (3rd) - Defending champion
  • 2004 - DJ Brace
  • 2005 - DJ Drastik
  • 2006 - Wundrkut
  • 2007 - DJ Shub
  • 2008 - DJ Shub
  • 2009 - DJ Makeway
  • 2010 - N/A
  • 2011 - DJ Vekked
  • 2012 - DJ Vekked
  • 2013 - DJ Vekked
  • 2014 - DJ Vekked
  • 2015 - DJ Vekked (1st)
  • 2016 - DJ Brace (2nd)
  • 2017 - Jimmi Riggz
  • 2018 - Jimmi Riggz

Denmark DJ Champions[edit]

France DJ Champions[edit]

(And world rankings)

  • 1987 - Dee Nasty
  • 1988 - Dee Nasty
  • 1989 - Jimmy Jay
  • 1990 - DJ Frow
  • 1991 - DJ Crazy B
  • 1992 - Crazy Fast Nefis (2nd)
  • 1993-94 - Alliance Etnik (2nd)
  • 1994-95 - Alliance Etnik (3rd)
  • 1996 - Crazy B
  • 1997 - Crazy B (2nd)
  • 1998 - Crazy B (2nd)
  • 1999 - DJ Pone
  • 2000 - DJ Pone
  • 2001 - DJ Pone
  • 2002 - DJ Pone
  • 2003 - DJ Gero
  • 2004 - DJ Gero
  • 2005 - DJ Pfel (2nd)
  • 2006 - DJ Netik (1st)
  • 2007 - DJ Fly (3rd)
  • 2008 - DJ Fly (1st)
  • 2009 - LigOne (3rd)
  • 2010 - LigOne (1st)
  • 2011 - DJ Skillz
  • 2012 - DJ Skillz
  • 2013 - DJ Fly (1st)
  • 2014 - Groove Sparkz
  • 2015 - DJ Skillz
  • 2016 - DJ Skillz
  • 2017 - DJ Skillz (2nd)
  • 2018 - DJ Skillz (1st)

Germany DJ Champions[edit]

(And world ranking)

  • 1989 - DJ Cool Cut
  • 1990 - DJ David (1st)
  • 1991 - DJ MPK
  • 1992 - DJ Shahin
  • 1993-94 - DJ Shahin
  • 1994-95 - DJ Splinta
  • 1996 - DJ Ray-D & DJ Mem-Brain
  • 1997 - DJ Ray-D
  • 1998 - Angelo Farce
  • 1999 - G-Spot
  • 2000 - DJ Razor
  • 2001 - Kid Fresh
  • 2002 - M Tech
  • 2003 - J Bounce
  • 2004 - DJ Rafik (2nd)
  • 2005 - Pro-Zeiko
  • 2006 - DJ Rafik (3rd)
  • 2007 - DJ Rafik (1st)
  • 2008 - DJ Rob Bankz
  • 2009 - DJ Clear
  • 2010 - DJ Crazy Cuts
  • 2011 - Short-T
  • 2012 - Short-T
  • 2013 - N/A
  • 2014 - N/A
  • 2015 - N/A
  • 2016 - S-Trix
  • 2017 - DJ Robert Smith

Hong Kong DJ Champions[edit]

  • 1988 - Simon Choi
  • 1989 - Kenvis Leung
  • 1990 - Kenvis Leung
  • 1991 - DJ Tommy
  • 1992 - DJ Tommy
  • 1993-94 - Jambox (Team)
  • 1994-95 - Janva Tam
  • 1996 - DJ Tommy (2nd)
  • 1998 - DJ Galaxy
  • 1999 - DJ Galaxy
  • 2000 - DJ Frankie
  • 2001 - DJ Beware
  • 2002 - DJ Beware
  • 2003 - DJ Beware

Italy DJ Champions[edit]

(And world rankings)

  • 1988 - Lorenzo Bossina
  • 1989 - Cutmaster G
  • 1990 - Francesco Zappala (2nd)
  • 1991 - DJ Trip
  • 1992 - KK (3rd; Team)
  • 1993-94 - Daniel Mondello
  • 1994-95 - Daniel Mondello
  • 1996 - Black Sun (Team)
  • 1997 - DJ Nike
  • 1998 - DJ Kollasso
  • 1999 - DJ Inesha
  • 2000 - DJ Inesha
  • 2001 - DJ Myke
  • 2002 - DJ Myke
  • 2003 - N/A
  • 2004 - DJ Gengis
  • 2005 - N/A
  • 2006 - N/A
  • 2007 - DJ Craim
  • 2008 - DJ Craim
  • 2009 - Mandrayq
  • 2010 - Mandrayq
  • 2011 - Mandrayq
  • 2012 - Mandrayq
  • 2013 - DJ Bicchio
  • 2014 - DJ Bicchio
  • 2015 - DJ P-Kut
  • 2016 - DJ Kün-Kut
  • 2017 - DJ Ghost
  • 2018 - Antares Color

Japan DJ Champions[edit]

(And world rankings)

  • 1990 - DJ Yoshi
  • 1991 - DJ Yoshi (3)
  • 1992 - DJ Ta-Shi (5)
  • 1993/1994 - Ta-Shi & Yoshi
  • 1995 - Norito
  • 1996 - DJ Takada
  • 1997 - DJ Akakabe (4)
  • 1998 - DJ Akakabe (4)
  • 1999 - DJ Takada
  • 2000 - DJ Hanger
  • 2001 - DJ Kentaro (T3)
  • 2002 - DJ Kentaro (1)
  • 2003 - DJ Yasa
  • 2004 - DJ Taiji
  • 2005 - DJ Izoh (3)
  • 2006 - DJ Yasa (2)
  • 2007 - DJ Yasa (2)
  • 2007 - DJ Miya Jima
  • 2008 - Co-Ma (3)
  • 2009 - Co-Ma (2)
  • 2010 - Co-Ma (2)
  • 2010 - DJ Blu (3)
  • 2011 - DJ Izoh (2)
  • 2011 - Co-Ma (3)
  • 2012 - DJ Izoh (1)
  • 2013 - DJ Fummy
  • 2014 - DJ Hi-C
  • 2015 - DJ Shota
  • 2016 - DJ Yuto (1)
  • 2017 - DJ Rena (1)
  • 2018 - DJ Fummy (2)

Philippines DJ Champions[edit]

  • 1991 - DJ MOD (Master of Disaster)
  • 1992 - The Mega Team (DJ MOD, DJ Sonny, DJ Ouch)
  • 1993 - Dub Meeh Cramps (Dubmenext, DJ Meeh!, DJ Cramps)
  • 1994/5 - DJ Kid
  • 1996 - Radikal MK
  • 1997 - DJ Kid
  • 1998 - DJ Coki
  • 1999 - DJ Sir Scratch
  • 2000 - Radikal MK / DJ Sir Scratch
  • 2001 - DJ Coki
  • 2002 - DJ Sir Scratch
  • 2003 - Jam Masta
  • 2004 - DJ Rocky Rock
  • 2005 - Jam Masta
  • 2006 - DJ Supreme Fist
  • 2007 - Jam Masta
  • 2008 - Skin Kadafi
  • 2009 - Jam Masta
  • 2010 - Jam Masta
  • 2011 - Jam Masta
  • 2012 - DJ Gilbert
  • 2013 - DJ Gilbert
  • 2014 - DJ Encee
  • 2015 - N/A
  • 2016 - N/A
  • 2017 - N/A
  • 2018 - DJ Sir Scratch

Sweden DJ Champions[edit]

(and world rankings)

  • 1985 - Roger Tuuri (3rd)
  • 1986 - Roger Tuuri (4th)
  • 1987 - Robert "Micro" Molnar
  • 1988 - Robert "Rob" Wåtz
  • 1989 - Rasmus "Raz" Lindvall
  • 1990 - Robert "Micro" Molnar
  • 1991 - Björn Starfelt
  • 1992 - Pierre Jerksten (5th)
  • 1993-94 - 1210 Jazz
  • 1994-95 - 1210 Jazz
  • 1996 - Tony Marasevic (DJ Cole)
  • 1997 - Amato
  • 1998 - Mika Snickars
  • 1999 - 1210 Jazz
  • 2000 - Amato
  • 2003 - Confuze
  • 2004 - Kid Sid
  • 2005 - Kid Sid
  • 2006 - Kid Sid
  • 2007 - Ego
  • 2008 - Alex Norberg

Battle for World Supremacy Champions[edit]

  • 2000 - Kodh (France) def. Skully (UK)
  • 2001 - Netik (France)
  • 2002 - Netik (France)
  • 2003 - Tigerstyle (UK)
  • 2004 - Akakabe (Japan) def. Silk Kuts (UK)
  • 2005 - Pro Zeiko (Germany)
  • 2006 - Co-Ma (Japan)
  • 2007 - DJ Shiftee (USA)
  • 2008 - DJ Switch (UK)
  • 2009 - DJ Switch (UK)
  • 2010 - DJ Switch (UK)
  • 2011 - DJ Nelson (France)
  • 2012 - DJ Vekked (Canada)
  • 2013 - Ritchie Ruftone (UK)
  • 2014 - IFTW (USA)
  • 2015 - DJ Precision (USA)
  • 2016 - DJ Erick Jay (Brazil)
  • 2017 - DJ Yukichi (Japan)
  • 2018 - DJ K-Swizz (New Zealand) - Youngest winner at age 15

Breakdown by country (19 in total):

  • 6 UK
  • 4 France
  • 2 Japan
  • 2 USA
  • 1 Brazil
  • 1 Canada
  • 1 Germany
  • 1 New Zealand

Battle For Supremacy (UK) Champions[edit]

(and world rankings)

  • 2000 - Skully (2nd) def. Plus One
  • 2000 - Bunty
  • 2001 - Madcut
  • 2002 - Ritchie Ruftone
  • 2003 - Tigerstyle (1st)
  • 2004 - Silk Kuts (2nd)
  • 2005 - Matman
  • 2006 - DJ Switch - youngest UK champion of any category aged 17
  • 2007 - DJ Switch
  • 2008 - DJ Switch (1st)
  • 2009 - DJ Rasp
  • 2009 - DJ Switch - Defending Battle For World Supremacy (1st)
  • 2010 - Deceptakut
  • 2010 - DJ Switch - Defending Battle For World Supremacy (1st)
  • 2011 - DJ Dissect
  • 2012 - Ritchie Ruftone - Returns to DMC 10 years later
  • 2013 - Ritchie Ruftone (1st)
  • 2014 - Ritchie Ruftone - Defending champion
  • 2014 - DJ Rasp
  • 2015 - Ritchie Ruftone - 2nd place Dj El Statiko represented uk at the dmc worlds
  • 2016 - DJ X-Rated
  • 2017 - DJ X-Rated
  • 2018 - DJ Koncept

Battle For Supremacy (US) Champions[edit]

(And world rankings)

  • 2000 - DJ Supa Dave
  • 2000 - DJ Snayk Eyez
  • 2001 - DJ Snayk Eyez (2nd)
  • 2001 - DJ Tragik
  • 2001 - DJ Impereal
  • 2002 - DJ Kico
  • 2003 - ie.Merg
  • 2004 - ie.Merg
  • 2005 - DJ I-Dee
  • 2006 - DJ Etronik
  • 2007 - DJ Shiftee (1st)
  • 2008 - DJ SPS
  • 2009 - DJ Supreme
  • 2010 - DJ Solo
  • 2011 - DJ Fascinate
  • 2012 - DJ Esquire
  • 2013 - DJ Etronik
  • 2014 - IFTW (1st)
  • 2015 - DJ Precision (1st)
  • 2016 - DJ Etronik
  • 2017 - DJ Dwells (2nd)
  • 2018 - DJ Toltech

World Team Champions[edit]

  • 1999 - Scratch Perverts (UK) - Prime Cuts, Tony Vegas, Mr Thing, First Rate
  • 2000 - The Allies (USA/Canada) - Craze, A Trak
  • 2001 - Perverted Allies (UK/USA/Canada) - Prime Cuts, Tony Vegas, Craze, Infamous
  • 2002 - Birdy Nam Nam (France) - Crazy B, Need, Lil Mike, Pone
  • 2003 - C2C (France) - Pfel, Atom, Greem, 20Syl
  • 2004 - C2C (France)
  • 2005 - C2C (France)
  • 2006 - C2C (France)
  • 2007 - Kireek (Japan) - Hi-C, Yasa
  • 2008 - Kireek (Japan)
  • 2009 - Kireek (Japan)
  • 2010 - Kireek (Japan)
  • 2011 - Kireek (Japan) - The first team to win 5 world championships in a row.
  • 2012 - The Mixfitz (Belgium) - DJ Jack, DJ Damented, DJ Cross
  • 2013 - 9 O'clock (France) - DJ Hertz, Aociz & Mr Viktor
  • 2014 - 9 O'clock (France)
  • 2015 - 9 O'clock (France)
  • 2016 - DJ Netik & DJ Fly (France)
  • 2017 - The Fresherthans (Canada) - Vekked, DJ Brace

Breakdown by country (19 in total):

  • 9 France
  • 5 Japan
  • 3 Canada
  • 2 UK
  • 2 USA
  • 1 Belgium

UK Team Champions[edit]

(and world rankings)

  • 1999 - Scratch Perverts (1st)
  • 1999 - The En4cers (2nd)
  • 2000 - The Mixologists (3rd)
  • 2001 - The Mixologists (2nd)
  • 2002 - Flaredycats
  • 2003 - Truesicians
  • 2004 - The Disablists - Mighty Atom, Asian Hawk and Clever Monkey
  • 2005 - The Disablists (3rd)
  • 2006 - The Disablists (2nd)
  • 2007 - The Disablists
  • 2008 - Bionic Stylus - DJ Switch, FuriousP, Cable, Loop Skywalker
  • 2009 - Bionic Stylus (3rd)
  • 2010 - Bionic Stylus (3rd)
  • 2011 - Invincible Armour
  • 2012 - N/A
  • 2013 - Bionic Stylus
  • 2014 - N/A
  • 2015 - N/A
  • 2016 - N/A

US Team Champions[edit]

(And world rankings)

  • 1999 - The Allies- Craze, A Trak (2nd)
  • 1999 - The Immortal Fader Fyters
  • 2000 - The Allies- Craze, A Trak (1st)
  • 2001 - Superfriends
  • 2002 - Evolution DJs
  • 2003 - Evolution DJs
  • 2004 - Evolution DJs
  • 2005 - Battle-Star
  • 2006 - Animal Crackers
  • 2007 - N/A
  • 2008 - Angry EXs
  • 2009 - Battle-Star: Turbulence & Phonics
  • 2010 - Battle-Star: Turbulence & Phonics
  • 2011 - Battle-Star: Turbulence & Phonics (3rd)
  • 2012 - BattleStar Massive: Cwitch, Virusss, Rayted R & Image (4th)
  • 2013 - BattleStar Massive: Cwitch, Virusss & Rayted R (3rd)
  • 2014 - Chicago Turntablist Authority: Ambidecktriks, Toltech & RTST (4th)
  • 2015 - Chicago Turntablist Authority: Ambidecktriks, Toltech, J.Marz & RTST
  • 2016 - Chicago Turntablist Authority: Toltech, J.Marz & RTST
  • 2017 - N/A
  • 2018 - N/A

DMC Online World Champions[edit]

  • 2011 - DJ Unkut (Germany)
  • 2012 - Fang Fang (France)
  • 2013 - Jon2nd (UK)
  • 2014 - DJ I-Pee (USA)
  • 2015 - DJ Vokked (Canada)
  • 2016 - DJ Brice (Canada)
  • 2017 - DJ Splangy Mcgee (New Zealand)[3] [4] [5]
  • 2018 - DJ Spillz (France)

DMC Online Team Champions[edit]

  • 2015 - The Fresherthans (Canada) - Winners of the First Tournament
  • 2016 - DJ Fly & DJ Netik (France)
  • 2017 - The Fresherthans (Canada)

DMC World DJ Hall of Fame Champion[edit]

  • 1996 - DJ Cheese - (1986 World Champion)
  • 1997 - Cash Money - (1988 World Champion)
  • 1998 - The DreamTeam - (2 time World Champion & 1992 USA Champions)
  • 1999 - Roc Raida - (1995 World Champion)
  • 2000 - Chad Jackson - (1987 World Champion & 2 time UK Champion)
  • 2001 - Cutmaster Swift - (1989 World Champion & 2 time UK Champion)
  • 2002 - DJ David - (The first World Champion twice 1990/1991)
  • 2003 - DJ Craze - (3x World Champion, 2000 World Team Champions W/A-Trak, 2x USA Team Champions)
  • 2004 - Roger Johnson - (The first Champion of DMC)
  • 2005 - DJ Kentaro - (2002 World Champion & 2001 Japan Champion)
  • 2006 - DJ Noize - (1996 World Champion)
  • 2007 - A-Trak (1997 World Champion)
  • 2008 - Scratch Perverts - (The first World Team Champions)
  • 2009 - C2C - (4x Team World Champion)
  • 2010 - KOHD - (First DMC Battle For World Supremacy champion)
  • 2011 - Plus One - (2001 World Champion & the first DJ to receive multiple nominations)
  • 2012 - DJ Netik - (2006 World Champion, 2x Battle for World Supremacy)
  • 2012 - Birdy Nam Nam - (2002 World Team champions)
  • 2013 - DJ Dopey - (2003 DMC World Champion)
  • 2013 - DJ Tigerstyle - (2003 Battle For World Supremacy champion)
  • 2013 - Kireek - (5x World Team Champions in a row)
  • 2014 - DJ Akakabe (2004 Battle for World Supremacy)
  • 2014 - DJ Switch (2014 World Champion & 3x Battle for World Supremacy)
  • 2015 - DJ Vekked (2015 World Champion and Online Champion, 2012 Battle for Supremacy Champion)
  • 2015 - Pro-Zeiko (2005 Battle for World Supremacy Champion)
  • 2015 - DJ Q*Bert (Part of the DreamTeam 1992, 1993/1994 champions)
  • 2016 - DJ Unkut (First Online World Champion)
  • 2016 - The Allies (2000 World Team Champions)
  • 2016 - DJ Co-Ma (2006 Battle for World Supremacy)
  • 2017 - DJ Rafik (2007 World Champion)
  • 2018 - DJ Fly (2008 & 2013 World Champion, also 2007 France DMC Champion, 2016 World Team Champion along DJ Netik)
  • 2018 - DJ Fong Fong (2012 Online World Champion)
  • 2018 - Mix Master Mike (Part of the DreamTeam 1992, 1993/1994 champions)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "DMC World DJ Championships - The Home Of The Worlds Biggest DJ Competition".
  2. ^ "News Letter".
  3. ^ http://spellspellspell.com/about
  4. ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-vK3FWljArk
  5. ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x3q7M501O3c

External links[edit]