DJs play a large selection of tracks each gig. For artists, there is no guarantee that their latest banger will be played by the club’s DJ. Sure, the artist can try to finesse their way to the booth to hand the DJ a flash-drive, but that can be intrusive and annoying to the DJ. That’s where Spinfire comes in to play. Spinfire is an app for iOS and Android that allows DJs to sell “plays” during their sets. Artists can then pay DJs a fee ($20-$500) for them to play their tracks. 

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A pioneer in the wedding industry, Justin Bazinet is the Chief DJ at BA Entertainment, and CFO of Wedding Warriors TC. He started his career as a freelance DJ working with a handful of other wedding businesses before founding BA Entertainment, where he works hard to innovate and drive current wedding trends. Driven by a mission to never hear another "bad wedding" story, Justin's biggest passion is to inspire his entire team to expect nothing but perfection in every event they're a part of.

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