DJ Mustard Is The VMAs House DJ, So He Should Just Play His Own Records, Right?

Mustard on the beat.

If DJ Mustard wanted, he could rock the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards playing a set with just records that he produced — he is the show’s house DJ after all, and who’s going to tell him no?

Mustard already rules radio with songs like Trey Songz’s “Na Na,” T.I. and Iggy Azalea’s “No Mediocre,” Ty Dolla $ign’s “Paranoid,” Kid Ink and Chris Brown’s “Show Me,” Tinashe’s “2 On” and YG and Drake’s “Who Do You Love,” just to name a few.

Plus he just put out his solo debut 10 Summers, so him doing an all-Mustard set isn’t such a bad idea right?

“Nah, I’m not gonna be like that; I’m gonna play everybody’s music, I’m not just gonna play mine,” Mustard told MTV News, before playfully recanting the whole idea with a hearty laugh. “I might just play mine.”

All jokes aside, Mustard is taking his role as 2014 VMA house DJ very seriously, seeing as he has to keep the crowd moving in between performances and awards.

“It’s cool, it’s a blessing, I couldn’t believe it when they told me. So just being a part of that is crazy. I’m ready,” he said. “Everybody likes good music, so when you’re just playing good music and encouraging everybody to have fun, they’ll have fun.”

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