HHD: What made you want to be a DJ?
DS: I am a lover of music!! I didn’t realize I wanted to Dj until after college; and Guitar Center had a “FunkMaster Flex” starter kit. So I decided that was something I wanted to do!
HHD: I read that you’re patterning yourself after DJ EQUE and DJ Beverly Bond. How is that so?
DS: Both of those young ladies carry themselves in such a “classy” manner, and they can DJ!!!! Eque is from Houston, so I gotta represent for the “H”!! Had a chance to meet both young ladies and they are so genuine and about business!
HHD: What do you do with independent artists to help them gain exposure?
DS: I will play their songs, but they need to be prepared !! Also I try to give them as much advice as I can.
HHD: What do you look for in an independent artist that will make you want to work with them?
HHD: I know that you have rocked many parties and clubs. Are you interested in being a DJ for an artist? If so, who are some of the people you have in mind?
DS: Actually that’s one of my 2010 goals!! As such, I would love to DJ for Erykah Badu , Mary J , Kelly Rowland, and Nicki Minaj.
HHD: Who would you say is the freshest rap/DJ duo and what about them makes them so?
DS: Outkast, hands down!!! Very unique, origianal, and unafraid!!! Love them!!!
HHD: What female rap artist past or present can you spin at a club/party and you know she gets the party started?
DS: Lil Kim, “Crush on You”, “Big Momma Thang” – Anytime I play any of those joints everybody goes bananas!
HHD: What are you working on right ow that you want us to be on the lookout for to support?
DS: My mixtape ( BossChick Takeova) featuring 3 young ladies from Houston!! Working on a huge fashion show for the spring, I’m also releasing another mixtape in January.
HHD: What is your definition of a hip hop diva?
DS: A Hip Hop Diva is a young lady who has a genuine love for her music, herself, and the grind !!
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