Because he performed at the Presidential Palace, Mr. Skin/ Laipi (hereinafter referred to as Laipi), known as the Presidential DJ, is not only a constant winner of various competitions, but also the owner of Cocco & Co., known as the "highest nightclub in Kaohsiung". Manager, and the music director of the well-known nightclub MUSE. In addition to creating and performing, Laipi, who can't be free, usually holds parties and plays multiple roles in many colorful fields. Playing multiple roles in the field of sound and light stimulation, it is an important criterion not to lose yourself.
During the interview, I constantly felt the breadth of Laipi's music, which is of course very helpful for DJ's work. From dance to DJ booth Lai Pi first fell in love with dancing in the fifth grade, and had a basic understanding of different types of music. Later, I started dancing in nightclubs. I came across a DJ who was willing to teach skills. He was very interested at the banner design time, but at the same time he had to study and work night shifts at the gas station. His time was very limited, so he could only sneak out and learn from this senior. DJ technology. "At that time, there was actually a master-apprentice culture in learning to play songs. You had to listen to the teacher obediently, not just put whatever you wanted." But Lai Pi was lucky to meet a young mentor. Good friends for music exchange.
Let Laipi learn this technique in a very pleasant process, and later became a DJ and began to sing in nightclubs. Later, I met a DJ looking for a substitute class. Before he officially took office, the other party carried two 500-piece CD boxes, which contained rock and roll from the 60s and 70s, and asked him to listen to them before playing. It was this opportunity that allowed Lai Pi to open up a new field and have a considerable degree of mastery of rock and roll in the 1960s and 1970s. photo credit: Kaohsiung Pop Music Center The way to love music is like an otaku "Nightclub" often seems to have a negative connotation in media reports, but Laipi recalls that his development in nightclubs is very important, and he still often performs in nightclubs to this day.