DJ Palsy P has a PO Box. You can send him stuff if you wish. See the menu "My PO Box"
He also has a Patreon with four tiers - there is an entry tier of £1.50 (+VAT) a month. When you choose this tier, you're just supporting what he does. Starting the donation threshold low means that, hopefully, everyone should be able to support his work. Other tiers have the opportunity for you to get your name on his streams and Youtube videos, plus you can even request genres for DJ Palsy P's sets!
DJ Palsy P is a Drum & Bass, House, Fidget, Makina, Bounce/Donk and UK Garage DJ from the UK. When he was 3 years old, he was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy after his parents were concerned he was not sitting properly, was not trying to talk, or trying to walk. Growing up with a disability can be a challenging experience. He has proven that this isn't the case, he has achieved so much in his life, whether it is for himself or for his family.
In 2006 he begun his deejaying career, although he never thought that he could become a DJ, it took encouragement and hard work, but it took only one person to change all that, a humble guy called Jonathan, also known as ellaskins and the DJ Tutor. DJ Palsy P was one of his very first subscribers, even remembers his very first videos. Jonathan commented one one of DJ Palsy P's first ever mixes, and that very comment encouraged DJ Palsy P to continue to become "A Superstar DJ" (quoted from Jonathan) - and we can truly say that this has become true. DJ Palsy P met Jonathan at the BPM in 2008 and then again in 2009, which was long overdue.
As DJ Palsy P has a physical disability, he finds it hard to use his hands well, but, he can use his nose, this meant that to be a DJ he needed something that would help him achieve this. Searching the world wide web, he came across this site called Virtual DJ. He downloaded a trial version of the program and began practising. After a while, and countless amount of keyboard shortcuts defining within Virtual DJ, he began to improve. He has a Youtube channel, and thought that he would make a few mixes and upload them for some response. He had mostly good responses, so that encouraged him to continue his dream to continue to be a DJ. Not so long after, he decided to make a video to show people how he deejays, and to date, this video is DJ Palsy P's most viewed.
DJ Palsy P has inspired a lot of people over the years, this has showed many people that having a disability is not a obstacle, if these people have the determination and dedication to do what they desire to do, they can find a way to accomplish their dreams.
His greatest achievement to date - apart from passing his driving test - is designing and running his own internet radio station all by himself, Live4Vibez (R.I.P). To fit his style of deejaying, all the live shows he does are called "The Crazy Crossfader Show".
He would love to work as a mobile DJ, at parties, clubs, radio stations or internet radio, also to attend events and speeches. Give him an email!
He currently mixes live on Twitch, then uploads the audio to his Mixcloud and the whole stream to his Youtube channel straight afterwards. Don't forget to follow, like and subscribe, and share his content.
He has bought a Traktor Kontrol S3 controller thanks to donations.
If you have a disability and thinking about becoming a DJ, contact Palsy P for advice. Just go for it, find a way that suits your disability - you too can be a DJ with a disability!
If you wish to contact DJ Palsy P, please email djpalsyp[@]djpalsyp.com.
For press, please email press[@]djpalsyp.com.
You can send Palsy P physical things at:
Palsy P Entertainment,
PO Box 1473,