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- Posted on Mar 30th 2012 11:30AM by Joshua Ostroff
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Not a bad way to cap off a stretch where he dominated dance music, went platinum, helmed a record-breaking run of shows in New York and then became the first Canadian headliner to sell-out Toronto's Rogers Centre football stadium, a show so massive he even made a concert DVD of it.
So Spinner talked to the Canadian DJ/producer also known as Joel Zimmerman about awards, raves and, of course, Michael Buble.
That's a first this year. It's kind of been playing with this for the last three at the Junos, but this year it's a little bit different, it's kicked it up a little notch. It's kinda f---ed up because now I'm up against the biggest pop acts. Like Drake is not just like the biggest pop act in Canada, he's one of the biggest pop acts, period. I don't know about Michael Buble but, f--k, I mean he's still doing big things.
He had the second-biggest selling album of last year in the U.S.
Well, there you go. Just shows you how in touch my ear is to the ground on that stuff. I owe that f--king guy. I got a bone to pick with him. Did you see the f--king youtube video?
It was the Junos two years ago or last year, I can't remember which because it was just so traumatizing. He was doing his little song and he does this walk by the audience doing the high five. Dude, I had the whole mouse head on and everything and I had my hand out and, I shit you not, the f--ker high fives everyone in the row, looks at me, does [makes a disgusted face] and it's on like two different camera angles because it actually aired.