Here’s a look at the upcoming As I Am: The Life & Time$ of DJ AM film, which…
Legendary Philly party-rocker DJ Jazzy Jeff was cut off mid-performance in Las Vegas Wednesday night (August 25) while DJing a charity event in honor of his former partner, the late DJ AM. According to TheBoomBox.com, management at Surrender nightclub was "unhappy" with the music the DJ was playing and made the decision to pull him mid-set...
It will be a year since the passing of DJ AM on Saturday (August 28), and to commemorate the life of the popular DJ (real name: Adam Goldstein), Travis Barker's retail store in Los Angeles (The Fast Life) is holding a memorial fundraiser. This weekend, The Fast Life will open their doors to fans, selling limited edition AM Mixer tees, with the proceeds being donated to AM's charity and memorial fund...
It seems as though DJ AM had put in a lot of before his untimely death in August. In addition to the drug-intervention reality series "So Far Gone" on MTV, the celebrity DJ also filmed a cameo in the upcoming "Iron Man 2" movie. The movie's director, Jon Favreau, explained recently that leaving AM's cameo in the movie was a difficult decision to make...
It's been six months since the tragic death of DJ AM. While fans still remember him, it's his close friends who miss him the most. Blink-182's Travis Barker was probably one of his closest friends. To honor the memory of his late friend, Barker recently got some fresh ink permanently etched onto his thigh...
DJ AM had a crazy sneaker collection, boasting more than 800 pairs. Before his tragic death in August, the celebrity DJ announced, via his Twitter profile (@DJ_AM), that he was working on a collaboration with NIke for his own version of the Dunk Hightops. Well, photos of the limited kicks hit the internet recently, building anticipation for their release...
Undefeated shoe stores and the Creative Visions organization have partnered with the DJ AM Memorial Fund for a charity auction, in which the late DJ's vast sneaker collection will be auctioned off to the public to support a good cause.
Despite losing the show's star, MTV revealed this week that it was moving forward with the late DJ AM's drug addiction reality series, "Gone Too Far," which is set to premiere next Monday (October 12).
Close to five years ago I, along with my buddy Ramon Guzman, Jr. (DJ Avenue) had the privilege to meet and interview one of the biggest club and party DJs out there. Now, granted at the time, I honestly had never heard of or seen DJ AM spin, and was oblivious to even knowing who Nicole Ritchie was at the time. Nonetheless, I was up to interview the guy and see what he was about.
DJ AM was laid to rest on Wednesday (September 2), during a private ceremony in Los Angeles, attended by family, friends, and celebrity circle, all paying their respects. The likes of Travis Barker, the Madden brothers, DJ Jazzy Jeff and The Alchemist attended, wishing their friend farewell.
In this promo clip for the upcoming video game, "DJ Hero," the late DJ AM talks about what a DJ is, what he does for an event, and of course, the upcoming title.
DJ AM's sudden death last week has hit people hard, especially those closest to him. Blink 182 is one of them. The three man band have canceled two more dates of their tour, in addition to Monday's (August 31) New York stop, following the death of the popular DJ.
In a recent interview with MTV, in support of an upcoming reality show about drug abuse, the late DJ detailed an episode where he bought a crack pipe, just to show how easy they were to obtain. He also revealed that it was his the drug he preferred.
Here's a past MTV News clip, in which the late DJ AM shows off his extensive sneaker collection, which consisted of 600 pairs of kicks (Nike, Adidas and Reebook). RIP DJ AM.
The news of DJ AM's sudden death on Friday (August 28) shocked not only fans, but also the celebrity world, of which he had many friends. As the word spread since then, Twitter went crazy with AM updates, and the phrase "RIP DJ AM" became a trending topic quickly. Celebrities paid their respects, while other expressed their utter shock.
So, just an hour after news broke of DJ AM's death, further details into his recent life has been revealed. Apparently, AM has been sober for nine years. However, he recently broke up with his girlfriend, which left him "completely devastated".
DJ AM was found dead in New York City Friday afternoon (August 28), said a report from NBC (New York). The body of the celebrity DJ was found in a Soho apartment.
Travis Barker and DJ AM are back with the second installment of their collaborative mixtape series, Fix Your Face, under the alias TRV$DJAM. In exchange for a "tweet", they are giving you a free download.
DJ AM filed a lawsuit against Learjet and other defendants on Friday (March 13), in connection with last year's plane crash that left him and Travis Barker hospitalized with second and third degree burns all over their bodies.
Just months after Travis Barker and celebrity disc jockey DJ AM were victims of a plane crash in South Carolina, the pair is back to work, seemingly recovered, and plan to reunite for a show.