DJ KURE started off DJing in his small kitchen with a crowd of two. He bought his equipment on Craigslist and thought that if he practiced enough, he would get better. It took a lot of YouTube videos and long nights of practicing until it clicked for him. That’s when DJ Kure was born.
From his kitchen, DJ Kure went to South Korea for a year and started booking gigs in bars and clubs. In that year, he honed his craft and learned a lot about DJing and himself as a DJ. After his year in South Korea, DJ Kure moved to Tacoma, Washington, where he currently resides, and linked up with the DJ community there and has had many gigs there. From birthday parties to silent parties to DJing for national acts such as Caskey and The Dogg Pound.
DJ KURE has always had a wide range of interest, with music being one of the biggest. Ask him about his favorite song, and you won’t get an answer because like music, it is always changing. DJ KURE does not DJ within just one genre. He likes to keep his range of music wide from trap to house to hip-hop and beyond, to keep himself ready for any gig.
Currently, DJ KURE is in deployed to the Middle East serving our country. He works six days a week, doing 12-hour shifts, but he still finds time to spin on Friday nights at an on-base club. When he gets back to the states, he has plans to have live streams on Facebook and Instagram and podcasts with IndustryTap to push both himself and music culture forward. He will be releasing more mixtapes and gearing up for his first album. He will also work with some regional artist. When DJ Kure gets back, he will be DJing at some of the northwest regions hottest venues. To stay up to date with anything DJ KURE related, follow him on social media @IAMDJKURE or check out his website: www.KureOne.com.
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