We have all been in that position where we really want a DJ to play a certain song, but don’t want to be that annoying person badgering them with requests. Now, thanks to a couple of Colorado State College of Business students, we have an app that will make this process so much easier and more profitable for the DJ’s.
Marketing student Jacob Taylor and managing and finance student Devin Binford, have created a phone app titled UDJ that allows users to request a song at just a touch of the screen. It would allow people to request a song by donating one dollar to the DJ through the phone app. So, not only can users make the requests they want without fighting giant crowds and annoying the DJ, but now the DJ also winds up making even more profit while pleasing the crowd and giving them the songs they would like to hear.
While this is still in the early stages and has a ways to go until it’s debut, we expect this app to really take off and do well. Binford and Taylor hope that UDJ makes nightlife something that is interactive like any other industry. The app will launch early this summer in Fort Collins, and then will expand to Denver after that. Be on the lookout for this awesome app that is sure to change the song request game at all the clubs!