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DJ Cobra

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Photobucket Most Sought afer DJ Andrew Bagg, otherwise known as DJ Cobra, is Hollywood’s best-kept secret. A solid fixture in the nightlife and party scene, he holds multiple residencies in Hollywood at some of the most popular clubs including Teddy’s, Myhouse, Playhouse and other high profile venues. Cobra has also toured, opened for or performed with over fifty gold & platinum recording artists including Puff Daddy, Prince, Ludacris, Nelly, LMFAO and Lady Gaga to name just a few.In 2010, Cobra rang in the New Year at the annual Paramount Back Lot Party with Adam Lambert. Performances include- The Weinstein Company’s Golden Globes Party, numerous events at the Sundance Film Festival, performances with John Legend, Robin Thicke, Soulja Boy and international performances in Mexico City, Cancun with Lil Jon and Toronto. Cobra DJ’d ESPN The Magazine’s “Next Event” at The Superbowl with performances by NeYo, Keri Hilson & Q-TIP, the 2010 Food Network South Beach Wine & Food Festival and American Idol’s Top 24 Party. Cobra will also be the featured DJ at Star Magazine's Second Annual Young Hollywood Event in March and will perform at SXSW. In addition to his busy club and events schedule, Cobra continues to push boundaries expanding his reach into other areas of entertainment. DJ Cobra has made numerous television appearances on shows including Jimmy Kimmel Live, Late Night with Carson Daly and Comics Unleashed. He recently completed a twenty-one city tour with Guy Fieri on his live nationwide cooking show, playing in venues with up to 5,000 fans per night. Most recently, DJ Cobra has become a client of William Morris Endeavor Entertainment, and with an experienced team behind him, he will continue to expand his brand to higher and more expansive levels. Hollywood’s secret weapon may soon not be such a secret any longer.

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