[box_dark]What’s going on for those who don’t know who you are, please introduce yourself… (Brief
back ground of where you were born and raised[/box_dark]
[box_dark]When did you first decide you wanted to enter into the music industry and why?[/box_dark]
I have wanted to be a DJ since I was a little girl, I had a cousin who was a DJ, he let me come to the record store with him every Tuesday and pick out records. I thought that was the coolest job ever! It wasn’t until I was older I wanted to pursue djing seriously. I think of music constantly, even in my sleep!
[box_dark]What projects are you currently working on?[/box_dark]
I am curently focused on my podcast, “Wired to the T” ((w3t.podomatic.com)) I would love to break an artist, preferably a female. I am going to be doing a mixtape series, and working with alot of great talent this year. I also love remixing songs and genres, and I would love work with Benja Styles, Ted Smooth, or DJ Chicken.
[box_dark]What positive changes would you like to make within the music industry?[/box_dark]
I would change the negative sterotypes portrayed in music if I could. the first thing I would want to address is artists only having light skinned girls in the videos. I see so many artists referring to “redbones” like they are better than dark skinned women. I know lots of females who are dark skinned and beautiful, but have low self esteem and have skin complex issues. I would also like for artists to stop “Dumbing Down” the music because that seems to be the trend at this time. It seems the more ignorant a song is, the better it does on the charts.
[box_dark]How do you spend the ounce of free time you seem to have? Any hobbies?[/box_dark]
I have recently been diagnosed with Diabetes, so I spend all my spare time trying to eat healthy and excercise. I am also a spokesperson for Mo’ Betta Green Market Place (Farmer’s Market) and try to be an example of healthy living.
[box_dark]What message would you like to state to those who want to enter into the industry as Djs, Artists, and Producers?[/box_dark]
would suggest anyone wanting to be in this business to remain true to yourself, don’t sell your soul for money.
[box_dark]What do u like about the music biz and what don’t u like?[/box_dark]
I like making people happy through music. I don’t like all the politics and djs undercutting each other, and I don’t like the fact that everyone with an Ipod and a playlist thinks they can be a DJ. It takes alot of skill, patience, hard work and dedication to be a good DJ.
[box_dark]What would you like to state to those who have supported you throughout your life and within your
musical career? Any Shout Outs?[/box_dark]
would like to thank DJ Colorado Jones for launching my DJ career, without him I wouldn’t be where I am today. He always believed in me when I doubted myself. I would also like to thank DJSD for always being supportive. I would also like to thank Klassik, Supreme, and the rest of the Fleet Crew, (( DJ’s, Artists, and models)) DJ Drop in Dallas and the rest of the Definition DJs, Q Time, DJ Saubuck and the rest of the LW gang, BOWA Music, all my fans and supporters, all my sponsors, and last but not least, my female DJ Crew, DJ Bella Scratch, DJ Desire, and DJ Shaybutta.