What makes a good DJ? When did DJs start to become celebrities? Why did the DJ at my wedding play that song by Train when I specifically said to never ever play it under any circumstances? Our guest this week is DJ Stylus Chris who has had a fascinating career. Quite simply, he has a staggering and encyclopedic knowledge of music, beats, influences and origins. All that info at his disposal helps him instinctively know what should come next. Chris runs his own DJ school called Beat Refinery where he gives insight from a career in music. What mistake do DJs make? What album should go in the DJ time capsule? And how should Gen X'ers that grew up with Wu-Tang, Tribe, 2Pac, Biggie, Jay-Z, NWA, Dr. Dre, Snoop, Gang Starr, Nas etc. feel about Mumble Rap?