Solange, Va$htie, Brittany Skye, Kitty Kash—These are all female D.J’s that I’ve come to admire. They are also the reason why I was so hell bent on becoming a D.J for the last 2-years. After going to numerous parties, more than I care to admit, I realized there’s very few female D.J’s in the industry and when I do see one, I am filled with pride.
There’s a lot of pressure on these women too. They have to be better than the men whose set was before theirs, and although they are more than capable of doing so, this is still an arena that needs to see more women in the booth. So I decided to take a D.J class to really understand the technique and if I had what it takes to become one.
The class was at Dubspot on 14th street. It started promptly at 7 and ended 2-hours later. We learned to mix, spin, and scratch with the musical likeness of Jay-Z , Eric B and Rakim, and Black Rob. It was an excellent class, one that I will consider taking again although the lessons are pretty pricey. I think this is an investment and a craft I would love to learn, just because…well you never know. DJ Ky in the House.